2 edition of foundling and the werwolf found in the catalog.
foundling and the werwolf
Dunn, Charles W.
|Series||University of Toronto, Dept. of English. Studies and texts,, no. 8, Studies and texts (University of Toronto. Dept. of English)|
|LC Classifications||PQ1483.G613 D8 1960|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 158 p.|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||60004806|
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commissioned by Countess Yolande (who is generally identified as Yolande, daughter of Baldwin IV, Count of Hainaut).: The prose version of the French romance, printed by N Bonfons, passed through several editions. Werewolf. A human temporarily or permanently transformed into a wolf, from the Anglo-Saxon wer (man) and wulf (wolf).
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As well as Highland Settler, his publications include The Foundling and the Werwolf, a literary-historical study of Guillaume de Palerne, Middle English Literature (with Edward Byrnes), The Role.
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Wolf Tales: Children's book of Indian wolf myths. the romance of william and the werewolf Translated into Middle English by a poet we know only as 'William' sometime between andthis retelling of the much older 'Roman de Guillaume de Palerne' was printed in the early-nineteenth century from a then unique manuscript copy surviving in the library of King's College, Cambridge.
The Romance of William of Palerne: Or, William and the Werwolf, Together with a Fragment of the Alliterative Romance of Alisaunder. Millwood, N.Y: Kraus Reprint Co., : Charis Woodward.
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That work was published as The Foundling and the Werwolf. In the tradition of his teachers, Charles became a wide-ranging medievalist: he wrote about Le Roman de la Rose, the Poetic Edda, and the Historia Regum Britanniae; he compiled a fine anthology of Middle English literature, and with his friend Morton Bloomfield wrote a study of The Role.
Charles W. Dunn, The Foundling and the Werwolf: A Literary-Historical Study of Guillaume de o: University of Toronto Press.
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