The pricke of conscience (Stimulus conscientiaļø eļø”).
A Northumbrian poem by Richard Rolle de Hampole. Copied and edited from manuscripts in the library of the British Museum, with an introduction, notes, and glossarial index, by Richard Morris.
|Main Author:||Rolle, Richard, of Hampole, 1290?-1349.|
|Related Names:||Morris, Richard 1833-1894., Grosseteste, Robert 1175?-1253.|
|Language(s):||English, Middle (1100-1500)|
Berlin, Published for the Philological Society, by A. Asher & Co., 1863.
Religious poetry, English
English poetry > Middle English, 1100-1500
Olin Library - Hart, copy 1: An added t.-p. reads: The Philological Society's early English volume, 1862-4, containing, 1. Liber cure cocorum, 2. Hampole's Pricke of conscience, 3. The castel off loue ... 1865.
The Pricke of conscience has been attributed to Richard Rolle of Hampole by most authorities. Hope E. Allen, in Writings ascribed to Richard Rolle ... disagrees ... At least two dozen anonymous manuscripts precede those in which it is ascribed to Rolle and Grosseteste. cf. Library of Congress.
xli, 327 p.
|Locate a Print Version:||
Find in a library
|Item Link||Original Source|
|Full view||Cornell University|