Interludium et fabula Berini

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Interludium et fabula Berini sunt additamenta, ab anonymo quodam saeculo XV ineunte composita carminis The Tales of Canterbury (scil. "Fabulae Cantuarienses") Galfridi Chaucer. Haec additamenta (sicut historiae a Chaucer ipso scriptae) comprehendunt et fabulam et prologum vel interludium. Hoc amorem perdonatoris cum tabernaria Cantuariensi narrat; fabula autem, a mercatore recitata, historiam praebet de Berino quae auctor e textu Francogallico verterit.

Textus in uno libro manu scripto Fabularum Cantuariensium inseritur; qui liber in castello Alnvicensi Northumbriae iacet in bibliotheca ducum Northumbriensium, siglo MS 455 agnitus.[1]

Editiones[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • F. J. Furnivall, W. G. Stone, edd., The tale of Beryn, with a prologue of the merry adventure of the pardoner with a tapster at Canterbury (Londinii: Early English Text Society, 1909) Textus apud archive.org
  • Mary E. Mulqueen Tamanini, ed. The Tale of Beryn (New York: New York University Press, 1969).
  • John M. Bowers, "The Canterbury Interlude and Merchant's Tale of Beryn" in John M. Bowers, ed., The Canterbury Tales: Fifteenth-Century Continuations and Additions (Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, 1992) Textus

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Lister M. Matheson, "Essex/Suffolk scribes and their language in fifteenth-century London" in Maurizio Gotti et al., edd., English historical linguistics 2006 (Amstrerdam: Benjamins, 2008) pp. 45-66 ((vide p. 48 apud Google Books))

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Ladd, Roger A. (2010). Antimercantilism in Late Medieval English Literature (New York: Palgrave Macmillan) pp. 101–132. ISBN 0230620434.
  • Bolens, Guillemette (2008). "Narrative Use and the Practice of Fiction in The Book of Sindibad and The Tale of Beryn". Poetics Today 29 (2): 304–51.
  • Jost, Jean E. (1994). "From Southwark's Tabard Inn to Canterbury's Cheker-of-the-Hope: The Un-Chaucerian Tale of Beryn". Fifteenth-Century Studies 21: 133–48.
  • Harper, Stephen (2004). "'Pleyng with a Ʒerd': Folly and Madness in the Prologue and Tale of Beryn". Studies in Philology 101 (3): 299–314.
  • Jonnassen, Frederick B. (1991). "Cathedral, Inn, and Pardoner in the Prologue to the Tale of Beryn". Fifteenth-Century Studies 18: 109–32.