Middle English Bibliography Entry
Body and Soul (4)
|Manuscript, print, and LALME references:||
Cambridge, Trinity College B.14.39 (323) . (Pref. MS)
LALME: vol. 1. 65. "Various hands in similar language." LP 7721. Worcs.
LAEME: Item 246. Entry 1. LAEME treats the four scribal hands separately. Hand A (fols. 19r, 25r last 4 lines, 25v, 27r col. 2, 28r-29v, 32r-33v, 36r-46r, 47r-v, 83v-84r). First 23 and last 30 lines of this text. E Herefords. Remainder of text belongs to item 248. Entry 3. Hand C (fols. 30r-31v and probably 81v). Central Herefords.
Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86 .
LAEME: Item 222. Entry 5. Fols. 195v-197v. "The language is mixed..the SW Midland of the Digby scribe.., a northerly or NE Midland strand.., and..forms..not northerly but..widespread." Not placed.
London, British Library, Harley 2253 .
LALME: vol. 1. 111. LP 9260. Herefords.
|Editions, facsimiles, and other sources cited:||
Seint Maregrete and Body and Soul: An Edition from the Trinity College, Cambridge MS B.14.39 with Variant Texts in Parallel, ed. A. S. M. Clark (University of Michigan diss., 1972); typescript in poss. of MED.
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