Clermont-Ferrand, Meredith 2004 0-7734-6385-2 208 pages This study details the secret, subversive and sustaining Anglo-Saxon messages encoded in a work of art that purportedly celebrates the Norman French conquest of England. This is a pioneering perspective that no other scholar has brought to the Tapestry.
Rogal, Samuel J. 2016 1-4955-0480-8 425 pages This work presents a sharply focused view into aspects of the eighteenth-century English political scene rarely studied. Two clear perspectives of Dodington emerge. First there is the relentless political job-seeker offering his services in exchange for building his own political base. Second, there is the experienced and knowledgeable politician who is capable of dispensing practical and useful advice on matters foreign and domestic.
Kendrick, Susan 2009 0-7734-4705-9 212 pages This work demonstrates that earlier Christian perceptions of virginity, once dominant in Catholic England, although suppressed by Protestantism, maintained enough influence to transform an unmated queen with no successor into a divine virgin goddess
Rogal, Samuel J. 2019 1-4955-0784-X 264 pages This volume considers the English church during Shakespeare's lifetime. It covers the major figures of the period and the effect on Shakespeare's work. Includes Five black and white photos.
LeSaux, Françoise H.M 1995 0-7734-9119-8 208 pages Papers cover the phenomenon of trans-cultural contact in the areas of Medieval English, French, Latin and Welsh literature and historiography, as well as musicology and material culture. Essays include:
Constance Bullock-Davies, 1900-1989 (Rachel Bromwich)
Malory as Translator (Barbara Belyea)
Oez veraie estoire: History as Mediation in Jordan Fantosme's Chronicle (Jean Blacker)
Fifeenth-Century History in Malory's Morte Darthur (P. J. C. Field)
Languages at the Norman Court of England (Nancy Helen Goldsmith-Rose)
Old Llywarch's Jawbone: Mediating Old and New Translation in Middle Welsh Studies (Sarah L. Higley)
From Ami to Amys: Translation and Adaptation in the Middle English Amis and Amylion (Françoise H. M. LeSaux)
Gerald of Wales and Welsh Tradition (Brynley F. Roberts)
The Bayeux Tapestry: Epic Narrative, not Stichic but Stitched (Michael Swanton)
The Politics of Romance: Some Observations on the Political Content of the Roman d'Yder (Neil Thomas)
The 'Newness' of the lai breton (Lawrence Wright)
Constance Bullock-Davies: Chief Publications
Rogal, Samuel J. 2022 1-4955-0984-2 296 pages From the author's Prefatory Note (pgs.1-2):
"The subject of this biography concerns a woman of centuries past, and while the pages of the chapters that folow turn and the thoughts and actions of the subject unfold, the reader will be asked to judge the overall value of the labors of this biographer. This writer had never come across the name of Mary Anne Galton Schimmelpenninck until, while at work on another project, she abruptly appeared for two or three sentences, then as quickly faded from further sight. Nothing beyond pure curiosity and a wish to share this exercise in self-education with others motivated and then produced this volume."
Norris, Mark Marston 2023 1-4955-1048-4 364 pages "This book is the result of several decades of research...into the process by which the baronial Manners family, originally of Northumberland, came to take its place as one of the senior comital dynasties in England, that of the earldom of Rutland, during the age of the Tudors. ...The central theme of this book is the way that the Manners family, in the persons of the first two earls, survived and prospered over several decades and under four different Tudor monarchs." -David Crook (from the Forward) [This is a hardcover book (includes 10 color images).]
Davis, Graeme 1997 0-7734-8649-6 312 pages One of the most interesting issues in Old English syntax is word-order or element-order. This volume provides a descriptive study of word-order (or element-order) within specified clause types in a corpus drawn from Ælfric's Catholic Homilies and Supplementary Homilies. A sample of 11,543 clauses has been analyzed, divided into fourteen clause categories. A survey of the element-order within each category is presented, with copious examples and full statistics. Attention is paid both to the order of single elements in relation to the verb phrase, and to patterns of element-order within clauses. An extensive description of the position of the adverbial element is included. The rhythmic and non-rhythmic prose of Ælfric is contrasted, showing that although there is a broad similarity between the two styles, significant differences do nonetheless exist. The results show both that there are marked tendencies within element-order which approach the status of rules, and also that there is a substantial measure of stylistic freedom.