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" There is sufficient internal evidence of their being Northern, although the manuscript containing them appears to have been written by a scribe of the midland counties, which will account for the introduction of forms differing from those used by writers... "
The "Gest Hystoriale" of the Destruction of Troy: An Alliterative Romance Tr ... - الصفحة 420
بواسطة Guido delle Colonne - 1874 - عدد الصفحات: 586
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Syr Gawayne: A Collection of Ancient Romance-poems

Frederic Madden - 1839 - عدد الصفحات: 431
...from the contemporaneous use of a saying, of which the origin is too obscure to assist our inquiry. In regard to the author of these poems much uncertainty...person intimately versed in the gentle science of wode-crafi could so minutely describe the various sports of the chase, nor could any but an educated...

Early English Alliterative Poems: In the West-Midland Dialect ..., الأعداد 1-3

Richard Morris - 1864 - عدد الصفحات: 216
...present volume, as now preserved to us in the manuscript, are not in the Scottish dialect, but he says " there is sufficient internal evidence of their being...differing from those used by writers beyond the Tweed." Now, with regard to this subsequent transcription of the poems from the Scotch into a Midland dialect,...

Scottish alliterative poems in riming stanzas

François Joseph Amours - 1897 - عدد الصفحات: 481
...Gawayne and the Green Knight,' which the editor regards as of Northern origin, although the manuscript " appears to have been written by a scribe of the midland counties." He goes on to say that the individual who has the best claim to be recognised as the author is Huchown...

The Making of Middle English, 1765-1910

David Matthews - 1999 - عدد الصفحات: 231
...in it had originally been composed in Scotland, then transmitted to and written down in the south: "There is sufficient internal evidence of their being...differing from those used by writers beyond the Tweed" (301). This is precisely the argument made by Scott for Sir Tristrem and by Laing for other poems....
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