King Horn

Further reading

  • Allen, Rosamund "The Date and Provenance of King Horn: Some Interim Reassessments." In Medieval English Studies Presented to George Kane. Ed. Edward Donald Kennedy, Ronald Waldron, and Joseph S. Wittig. Suffolk, England: St. Edmundsburg Press, 1988. pp. 99–126.
  • —. "Some Textual Cruces in King Horn." Medium Aevum 53 (1984), 73-77
  • Crane, Susan. Insular Romance: Politics, Faith, and Culture in Anglo-Norman and Middle English Literature. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1986.
  • French, Walter H. Essays on King Horn. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1940.
  • Hearn, Matthew. "Twins of Infidelity: The Double Antagonists of King Horn." Medieval Perspectives 8 (1993), 78-86.
  • Hurt, James R. "The Texts of King Horn." Journal of the Folklore Institute 7 (1970), 47-59.
  • Hynes-Berry, Mary. "Cohesion in King Horn and Sir Orfeo." Speculum 50 (1975), 652-70.
  • Jamison, Carol. "A Description of the Medieval Romance Based upon King Horn." Quondam-et-Futurus 1:2 (Summer 1991), 44-58.
  • McLaughlin, John. "The Return Song in Medieval Romance and Ballad: King Horn and King Orfeo." Journal of American Folklore 88 (1975), 304-07.
  • Mehl, Dieter. The Middle English Romances of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries. London: Routledge, 1968.
  • Nimchinsky, Howard. "Orfeo, Guillaume, and Horn." Romance Philology 22 (1968), 1-14.
  • Niyogi De, Esha. "Patterns of Coherence: A Study of the Narrative Technique in King Horn." Essays in Medieval Studies 3:1 (1986), 149-61.
  • O'Brien, Timothy. "Word Play in the Allegory of King Horn." Allegorica 7 (1982), 110-22.
  • Pope, Mildred K. “The Romance of Horn and King Horn.” Medium Aevum 25 (1957): 164-67.
  • Purdon, Liam. "King Horn and the Medieval Trope of Christ the Lover-Knight." Proceedings of the PMR Conference at Villanova 10 (1985), 137-47.
  • Quinn, William A. Jongleur: A Modified Theory of Oral Improvisation and Its Effects on the Performance and Transmission of Middle English Romance. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1982.
  • Scott, Anne. "Plans, Predictions, and Promises: Traditional Story Techniques and the Configuration of Word and Deed in King Horn." In Studies in Medieval English Romances: Some New Approaches. Ed. D. S. Brewer. Cambridge: Brewer, 1988. pp. 37–68.
  • Speed, Diane. “The Saracens of King Horn.” Speculum 65 (1990): 564-95.
  • Sobecki, Sebastian. “The 2000 Saracens of King Horn'.” Notes and Queries 52, no. 4 (2005): 443-45.
  • —. “Littoral Encounters: The Shore as Cultural Interface in King Horn.” Al Masaq: Islam and the Medieval Mediterranean 18, no. 1 (2006): 86.
  • —. “King Horn and Horace’s ‘Ode to Virgil’s Ship’ (Odes 1.3).” Notes and Queries 54, no. 3 (2007): 231-33.
  • —. The Sea and Medieval English Literature. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2008.
  • Veck, Sonya L. “Anglo-Saxon Oral Tradition and King Horn." PhD Dissertation. University of Colorado, 2006.
  • Ziegler, Georgianna. "Structural Repetition in King Horn." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 81 (1980), 403-08.

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