A Golden Age of English Poetry
Edited By Gerald Morgan
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Notes on Contributors MARY CARR is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin and is writing a doc- toral thesis on Langland and Spenser at Balliol College, Oxford. ANNE J. DUGGAN is Emeritus Professor of Medieval History at King’s College London. Principally known for her work on Thomas Becket, her interests include Roman, canon and English Common Law and the twelfth- century papacy, with special emphasis on the so-called ‘new law’ of the decretals. Her studies on Adrian IV and Celestine III have already appeared, chapters on Alexander III and Eugenius III are in press and another on Innocent II is in preparation. Her principal Becket publications include The Correspondence of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1162–1170, Oxford Medieval Texts, 2 volumes (2000), Thomas Becket (Reputations) (2004) and Thomas Becket: Friends, Networks, Texts and Cult (2007). ALAN J. FLETCHER is Professor of Medieval and Renaissance English Language and Literature at University College Dublin and a Member of the Royal Irish Academy. Among his publications are the revised and expanded second edition of The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Theatre (with Richard Beadle, 2008), Drama, Performance and Polity in Pre- Cromwellian Ireland (2000), Late Medieval Popular Preaching in Britain and Ireland: Texts, Studies, and Interpretations (2009) and a forthcoming book, The Presence of Medieval English Literature (2012). He is currently working on a critical edition of the entire corpus of Latin liturgical drama extant from the British Isles. SIMON HOROBIN is Professor of English Language and Literature and Tutorial Fellow at...
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