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Bibliography

This is a list* of books and articles on Marie de France.  Some articles are available through Ebsco and some books can be found at the Ward Chipman Library . 
 
Barban, Judith. "Lai ester: Acceptance of the Status Quo in the Fables of Marie de France." Romance Quarterly 49.1 (Winter 2002): 3-12.
[Available on EbscoHost]

Bloch, R. Howard. The Anonymous Marie de France. Chicago: U of Chicago P. 2003.

Bloch, Howard R. "The Lay and the Law: Sexual/Textual Transgression in La Chastelaine de Vergi, the Lai D'Ignaure, and the Lais of Marie de France." Stanford French Review 14 (1990): 181-210.

Bowers, John M. "Ordeals, privacy, and the lais of Marie de France." Journal of Medieval & Renaissance Studies 24.1 (Winter 94): 1-32.
[Available on EbscoHost]

Burgess, Glyn S. "The Fables of Marie de France: Some recent scholarship." French Studies 51.1 (Winter 97 Supplement): 8-14.
[Available on EbscoHost]

-----. The Lais of Marie de France: Text and Context. Athens, Georgia: The University of Georgia Press, 1987.
UNBF PQ1494 .L7 B87 1987 HIL-STACKS

-----. Marie de France: An Analytical Bibliography. Supplement No. 2, Research Bibliographies and Checklists 21.2. London: Grant & Cutler, 1997.

Clifford, Paula. Marie de France: Lais. London: Grant & Cutler, 1982.
UNBF PQ1494 .L7 C54 HIL-STACKS

Cowell, Andrew. "Deadly letters: `Deus amanz,' Marie's `Prologue' to the lais and the dangerous nature of the gloss." Romanic Review 88.3 (May 97): 337-364.
[Available on EbscoHost]

Donovan, Mortimer J. The Breton lay: a guide to varieties. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 1969.
UNBF PQ207 .D6 HIL-STACKS

Finke, Laurie A., and Martin B. Shichtman. "Magical mistress tour: Patronage, intellectual property, and the dissemination of wealth ..." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture & Society 25.2 (Winter 2000): 479-504.
[Available on EbscoHost]

Gertz, SunHee Kim. "Echoes and reflections of enigmatic beauty in Ovid and Marie de France." Speculum 73.2 (Apr 98): 372-397.
[Available on EbscoHost]

Hoepffner, Ernest. Les lais de Marie de France. Paris, Boivin & cie, 1935.
UNBF PQ1494 .L7 H6 1935 HIL-STACKS

Jambeck, Karen K. "The Fables of Marie de France: A Mirror of Princes." In Quest of Marie de France, d Twelfth-Century Poet. Ed. Chantal Maréchal. Lewiston, NY: Mellen, 1992. 59-106.

Jambeck, Karen K. "Reclaiming the Woman in the Book: Marie de France and the Fables." Women, the Book and the Worldly. Ed. Lesley Smith and Jane H. M. Taylor. Cambridge: Brewster, 1995. 119-37.

Kemp-Welch, Alice. Of six mediaeval women: to which is added A note on mediaeval gardens. 1913. Williamstown, Mass.: Corner House, 1972.
UNBSJ HQ1143 .K46 1972 WCL-STACKS

Le Cygne: Journal of the International Marie de France Society.

Le Mée, Katharine W. A metrical study of five lais of Marie de France. Gravenhage Noordeinde 41; New York: Mouton, 1978.
UNBF PQ1494 .L7 L37 HIL-STACKS

Maréchal, Chantal A. In Quest of Marie de France, A Twelfth-Century Poet. Lewiston, NY: Mellen, 1992.

-----. "Marie de France as Sapientia: Author Portraits in the Manuscripts of the Fables." Le Cygne 3 (April 1997): 45-58.

-----. "Marie de France Studies: Past, Present, Future." Envoi 8: 2 (Fall 1999).

-----. "The Reception and Transmission of the Works of Marie de France: 1774-1974."  Lewiston, NY: Mellen, 2004. 

McCash, June Hall. "The swan and the nightingale: Natural unity in a hostile world in The Lais of Marie de France." French Studies 49.4 (Oct 95): 385-397.
[Available on EbscoHost]

McClelland, Denise. Le vocabulaire des Lais de Marie de France. Ottawa: Editions de l'Universite d'Ottawa, 1977.
UNBF PQ1494 .L7 M33 HIL-STACKS

Mickel, Emanuel J. Marie de France. New York: Twayne, 1974.
UNBF PQ1495 .M5 1974 HIL-STACKS

Nelson, Jan A. "Abbreviated style and Les Lais de Marie de France." Romance Quarterly 39.2 (May 92): 131-146.
[Available on EbscoHost]

Rothschild, Judith Rice. Narrative technique in the Lais of Marie de France; themes and variations. Chapel Hill, U.N.C. Dept. of Romance Languages; distributed by International Scholarly Book Service, Portland, Ore. 1974.
UNBF PQ1494 .L7 R6 v.1 HIL-STACKS

Semple, Benjamin. "The male psyche and the female sacred body in Marie de France and Chistine de Pizan." Yale French Studies 86 (1995): 164-187.
[Available on EbscoHost]

Spiegel, Harriet. "The Male Animal in the Fables of Marie de France." Medieval Masculinites: Regarding Men in the Middle Ages. Ed. Clare A. Lees. Medieval Cultures, no. 7. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1994. 111-26.

Spiegel, Harriet. "The Woman's Voice in the Fables of Marie de France." In Quest of Marie de France, A Twelfth-Century Poet. Ed. Chantal Maréchal. Lewiston, NY: Mellen, 1992.

 

*A special thank you to the great folks in the Ward Chipman Library for their assistance with this list.

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