- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
2Texts in Conversation
3Multilingualism, the Harley Scribe, and Johannes Jacobi
5The Organisation of Multilingual Miscellanies
6John Northwood’s Miscellany Revisited
7Vying for Attention
8The Chivalric Miscellany
9Amateur Book Production and the Miscellany in Late Medieval East Anglia
10Writing Without Borders
11Welsh Bardic Miscellanies
12Lancelot of the Laik and the Literary Manuscript Miscellany in 15th- and 16th-century Scotland
13Entertainment Networks, Reading Communities, and the Early Tudor Anthology
14Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, MS Peniarth 12
15Towards a Taxonomy of Middle English Manuscript Assemblages
16The Whole Book and the Whole Picture
- Index of Manuscripts
- General Index
- (p.301) 17 Afterword
- Insular Books
- British Academy
This short coda to the volume draws links with the poetic miscellanies or recueils produced in continental Europe during the same period, noting points of comparison between the two categories of manuscript. This is an important reminder that even insularity has its limits, and that literary and textual traffic permeated international borders even in the pre-modern age.
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