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Dame Eleanor Hull: The translator at work

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Barrat discusses the translations of a fifteenth-century translator Dame Eleanor Hull. The latter's translations are preserved in Cambridge University Library, a large and unusually well documented manuscript of religious verse and prose put together, and in part written out, by Richard Fox, steward or procurator of St Albans Abbey. An outline of Eleanor Hull's life and work is also presented.
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Barratt, A. (2003). Dame Eleanor Hull : The translator at work. Medium Aevum, 72(2), 277-296.
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2003
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Society for the Study of Medieval languages & Literature
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This article has been published in the journal: Medium Aevum. © 2003 the Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature. Used with permission.