“The Lyf of Oure Lady”: The ME Translation of Thomas of Hales’ “Vita Sancte Marie” ed. from MS St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, E.I.I [Book Review]

Speculum 62 (1):139-141 (1987)

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