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A Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1500 is the definitive research tool used by beginning students as well as specialists in the field of Middle English. Each volume contains chapters written by eminent scholars on Middle English texts and includes succinct, critical evaluations and an exhaustive bibliography, with full information on manuscripts and early print sources. The series - the eleventh volume of twelve has been published - is an invaluable addition to the medieval scholar’s private library as well as to every academic library collection.
Note: the pagination for all the volumes is cumulative.

MA 1 Severs, J. Burke, Editor. [MA 1 ISBN 0-208-10831-X $39.50 (c)]
A Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1500 I. Romances. Mortimer J. Donovan, Charles W. Dunn, Lillian H. Hornstein, Robert M. Lumansky, Helaine Newstead, and H.M. Snyder. p 1-338. (1967) 

MA 2 Severs, J. Burke, Editor. [MA 2 ISBN 0-208-00894-2 $39.50 (paper)] Reprints in paper cover available.
A Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1500 II. The Pearl Poet. Marie P. Hamilton III. Wyclyf and His Followers. Ernest W. Talbert and S. Harrison Thomson IV . Translations and Paraphrases of the Bible and Commentaries. V. Saints’ Legends. Charlotte D’Evelyn and Frances A. Foster VI . Instructions for Religious. Charlotte D’Evelyn . p 339-668. (1970) paper. 

c.1400, from Latin manualis "of or belonging to the hand; that can be thrown by hand," from manus "hand, strength, power over; armed force; handwriting," from PIE *man- (2) "hand" (cf. Old Norse mund "hand," Old English mund "hand, protection, guardian," German Vormund "guardian," Greek mane "hand").

early 15c., "service book used by a priest," from Old French manuel "handbook" (also "plow-handle"), from Late Latin manuale "case or cover of a book, handbook," noun use of neuter of Latin manualis (see manual (adj.)). Meaning "a concise handbook" of any sort is from 1530s.

A Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1500 is the definitive research tool used by beginning students as well as specialists in the field of Middle English. Each volume contains chapters written by eminent scholars on Middle English texts and includes succinct, critical evaluations and an exhaustive bibliography, with full information on manuscripts and early print sources. The series - the eleventh volume of twelve has been published - is an invaluable addition to the medieval scholar’s private library as well as to every academic library collection.
Note: the pagination for all the volumes is cumulative.

MA 1 Severs, J. Burke, Editor. [MA 1 ISBN 0-208-10831-X $39.50 (c)]
A Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1500 I. Romances. Mortimer J. Donovan, Charles W. Dunn, Lillian H. Hornstein, Robert M. Lumansky, Helaine Newstead, and H.M. Snyder. p 1-338. (1967) 

MA 2 Severs, J. Burke, Editor. [MA 2 ISBN 0-208-00894-2 $39.50 (paper)] Reprints in paper cover available.
A Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1500 II. The Pearl Poet. Marie P. Hamilton III. Wyclyf and His Followers. Ernest W. Talbert and S. Harrison Thomson IV . Translations and Paraphrases of the Bible and Commentaries. V. Saints’ Legends. Charlotte D’Evelyn and Frances A. Foster VI . Instructions for Religious. Charlotte D’Evelyn . p 339-668. (1970) paper. 



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