5 edition of The clerk of Oxford in fiction. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xiii, 390 p. :|
|Number of Pages||390|
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1, Views. 1 Favorite. 1 Review Pages: Get this from a library. The clerk of Oxford in fiction. [Samuel Fletcher Hulton] -- This volume traces the evolution of the stock figure of the Oxford clerk in fiction across six centuries, from the days of Chaucer until Hulton chose this time period, because, as he says.
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The 30 selections are chronologically arranged and span most of the 20th-century, starting with H. Wells' "The Land Ironclads," thus providing an excellent historical sampler of developments and /5(37).
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It is informed by the most up-to-date evidence from the largest language research programme in the world, including the two-billion-word Oxford English Corpus. This new edition includes thousands of brand-new words and 3/5(15). A few years ago I wrote a post about the fifteenth-century carol 'Good day, Sir Christemas!
' This year the composer Cheryl Frances-Hoad was commissioned to write a new carol for the BBC Music Magazine and decided to set my translation of the text.Classic Literature Fiction Poetry When an eclectic group of pilgrims take turns telling tales while on the road to Canterbury Cathedral, the Clerk of Oxford, a learned man, sets out to tell a moral and educational story for his fellow pilgrims.[countable] a story long enough to fill a complete book, in which the characters and events are usually imaginary.
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