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A Digital Catalogue of the
Pre-1500 Manuscripts and Incunables of the
Canterbury Tales
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Blake, Norman F. “The Relationship between the Hengwrt and Ellesmere Manuscripts of the Canterbury Tales.” Essays and Studies 32 (1979): 1-18.
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Boffey, Julia. “French Lyrics and English Manuscripts: The Transmission of Some Poems in Trinity College, Cambridge, MS R.3.20, and British Library MS Harley 7333.” Text 4 (1988): 135-46.
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Bordalejo, Barbara. “The Manuscript Source of Caxton’s Second Edition of the Canterbury Tales and its Place in the Textual Tradition of the Tales.” Ph.D. diss., De Montfort University, Leicester, 2002.
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Bowers, John M. “Two Professional Readers of Chaucer and Langland: Scribe D and the HM 114 Scribe.” Studies in the Age of Chaucer 26 (2004): 113-46.
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