Boccaccio, Giovanni (4) Dante Alighieri (57) Erasmus, Desiderius@ (7) Giraldus Cambrensis@ (19) Petrarch (3) Pisan, Christine de (5) British Literature@ (53) Drama@ (44) Medieval Romance@ (6) See also: Society: History: By Time Period: Middle Ages (507) This category in other languages: French (23) German (3) Italian (12) Spanish (19) Swedish (5) Beating the Bounds Between Church and State – Discussion of the place of literature in medieval culture. From Essays in Medieval Studies. Bodleian Library Image Catalogue – Features medieval manuscript images from the Bodleian Library, Oxford, UK. The Camelot Project – University of Rochester database of texts, images and bibliographies concerned with the legends of King Arthur. Dante and Chaucer – A detailed thesis by R. A. Shoaf, subtitled ‘Money, Images, and Reference in Late Medieval Poetry’. The Decline and Fall of Latin – Essay covering the decline of Latin and the rise of English towards the end of the medieval period in Europe. The Evolution of the Lyric Insertion in Thirteenth-Century Narrative – Discussion of Renart’s Roman de la Rose and the medieval narrative. French Middle Ages Literature – Many links to sites covering general literature and to specific texts and authors. Lectures on Medieval Literature – Links to online lectures at ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies. Medieval and Classical Library – Collection of on-line literary works. Medieval Literary Bibliographies – Useful collection from the University of Rochester, that includes ‘Women Writers of the Middle Ages’ and ‘Medieval English Drama’. Medieval Manuscript Manual – Includes an overview of project and basic information on medieval manuscripts. Medieval Rhetorics of Prose Composition – Article by Martin Camargo in The Medieval Review. Medieval Women Writers: Staying Up Late – Essay by Tilde Sankovitch at Northwestern University. Middle English Texts – Collection of important literary texts produced by TEAMS (The Consortium for the Teaching of the Middle Ages). NetSERF: Medieval Literature – A small but carefully selected collection of links to ‘net resources on Medieval Literature and online archives of Medieval texts. Of Arthur and Merlin – A transcription and translation of MS Oxford Bodleian Douce 236. Portuguese Medieval Literature – An introduction to the prose and poetry of the country in ‘The Age of the Troubador’. Tales of the Middle Ages – Collected stories, fables, and anecdotes from and about the Middle Ages. Wikipedia: Medieval Literature – Article with sections on languages, authorship, genres and notable works of the period.