by Published for the Early English Text Society by the Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by M.C. Seymour.|
|Series||Original series (Early English Text Society) -- no. 253|
|Contributions||Jean d"Outremeuse, 1338-1400., Seymour, M. C.|
|LC Classifications||PR1119 A2 no. 253|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 188 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||188|
Sir John Mandeville mid-fourteenth century Travel writer whose precise identity is unknown. Mandeville's Travels, most likely written in or , purports to chronicle the travels of English. Get this from a library! The Bodley version of Mandeville's travels: from Bodleian MS. e Musaeo with parallel extracts from the Latin text of British Museum MS. Royal 13 E. IX. [John Mandeville, Sir; Jean, d'Outremeuse; Maurice Charles Seymour]. Mandeville's Travels was written in French in c. by an unknown author, possibly a regular in an abbey in northern France. This volume, an edition of the earliest and most important English translation of the French text of the Travels, contains a full commentary with new information about the sources.4/5(1). Get this from a library! The defective version of Mandeville's travels. [John Mandeville, Sir.; M C Seymour; Early English Text Society.] -- "This is the first critical edition of the earliest and most important English translation of Mandeville's Travels. Its title, the 'Defective Version' derives from the .
The present manuscript is the one used by Malcolm Letts for his modernized English version of Mandeville's Travels (Hakluyt 2nd series, vol. CI, London, ).Author: John Newsome Crossley. The Bodley Version of Mandeville's Travels: From Bodleian Ms. E Musaeo with Parallel Extracts from the Latin Text of British Museum Ms. Royal 13 E. IX Sir John Mandeville, Jean d'Outremeuse Oxford University Press, - Asia - pages. The Bodley Version of Mandeville’s Travels. Ed. M. C. Seymour. EETS o.s. London: Oxford University Press, The Book of John Mandeville: An Edition of the Pynson Text with Commentary on the Defective Version. Ed. Tamara Kohanski. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
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