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Web Directory: NetSERF: Medieval Literature : All sorts of information here. Here you can search by author or title. Check it out!
Medieval Attitudes toward Literature
Middle English Literature*** : Chaucer, Sir Gowain, Medieval
Everyman and many more on line. There's music
too. A great Site.
Legends from the British Isles*** : from the University of Pittsburgh
25 wonderful tales of wonder. Please visit this
page and read a few to understand the
superstition and folk beliefs of the times.
Mythica: Norse Mythology : Meet Thor and Freya and many more
slick site Read about the Viking concept of the
Germanic Myths, Legends and Sagas
Labyrinth Library: Old English Literature***
Europe: Literature : from
Hanover History Department - a wonderful
resource offering 28 writers and links to their
works on line. Chaucer, Adelard, Sugar of St.
Denis, Procopius and many more.
and Mystery Plays : explanation of
the drama of the Medieval period in the
Writers of the Middle Ages*** : the works of secular and religious
works about and concerning women....Check
out the student work at the bottom of the page
for info on women in art, music, politics, warfare
and much more. Super Site
The Canterbury Tales Project by Oxford,
Sheffield, De Montfort, and Brigham Young
Universities. A growing site, with links to
Canterbury Tales - Main Page from
the University of Virginia. From this page you
can jump to any one of th e Tales you want to
look at or download.
Decameron Web --A site dealing with Boccacio's works and the
culture in which they existed. It has sections
dealing with literature, society, history, religion,
the plague, maps, and a bibliography. It mainly
deals with the 13th and 14th centuries. The site
offers the Decameron in Italian and in an English
The Electronic Beowulf
The Song of Roland
Le Morte D'Arthur
The High History of the Holy Graal
Medieval Irish Poetry
The English Poetry Database
The Internet Classics Archive
The Online Medieval and Classical Library
Baragona's Chaucer Home Page : Fantastic information here on Chaucer and his works.
Chaucer 1342-1400 - The Canterbury Tales
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