The Anthology of
Middle English Literature (1350-1485), a frequently-linked site from Luminarium, includes
Essays and Articles as well as Primary Texts
(both full and partial) and Additional Sources, all linked. Margery Kempe and
Julian of Norwich are among the featured authors.
NEW LINKS! Alan Lupack of the University of Rochester maintains a gorgeous
Arthurian site, The Camelot Project:
Arthurian Texts, Images, Bibliographies, and Basic Information, which includes links to
"Women of the Arthurian Legend."
The extensive website of the
International Marie de France Society includes ALL of Marie's Lais and several of her
Fables in English translation as well as some in Old French and other languages, an informative Introduction, the texts of several Related
Works, links to Secondary Sources as well as to Marie's World and to Her Works, and information about the International Marie de France Society.
NEW LINK! At the Koninklijke Bibliotheek site, find notes on the Middle Dutch
Legend of Beatrijs and a page
from the gorgeous illuminated manuscript. (The site is available in both English and Dutch.)
Literary Sources -- Medieval page from Jack Lynch of Rutgers for links to a wide variety of
sites, part of his Literary Resources on the
The Online Medieval & Classical Library from Berkeley consists of a number of full texts, including editions of Chaucer and translations of Chretien de Troyes, as well as Chronicles and Sagas.
NEW LINK! Prof. J.A. Glenn of the University of
Central Arkansas provides an extensive set of
Notes on Middle English Romance, including Romance Structure, Classifications, and Themes of
Ascent and Descent.
Find Middle English literary texts at the
TEAMS Middle English Texts site. This extensive site of online texts, "published
for TEAMS (The Consortium for the Teaching of the Middle Ages) in association with the University
of Rochester by Medieval Institute Publications," General Editor Russell Peck, is uploaded and
maintained by Alan Lupack of the University of Rochester. Texts include scholarly introductions
with select bibliographies and background studies and, on occasion, manuscript listings; those
featuring female characters include: