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The Henryson Collection

Collection held in Dunfermline Carnegie Library


The following is a list of the current holdings in the Reading Room of the Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries under the heading The Henryson Collection. Most of the material is on accessible shelves, and can be consulted at any time.

 

The Henryson Collection
Surname
Initials
Title
Format
Aitken
A J
The Pronunciation of Older Scots
Booklet
Aitken
A J
How to pronounce Older Scots
Audiotape
Aitken
A J et al (eds)
Bards and Makars: Scottish Language and Literature: Medieval and Renaissance
Book
Baird
G
Robert Henryson’s Fables. Worksheets for use at 1st, 3rd and 6th year levels
A4 sheets
Baird
G
Scotnotes: The Poems of Robert Henryson
Booklet
Bannatyne
G
‘Robert Henryson’ extract from St James’s magazine pp 60-79
Papers
Bannatyne Club
 
Robene and Makyne and the Testament of Cresseid
Book
Barbour
J
The Bruce; or the metrical history of Robert I King of Scots, edited by John Jamieson
Book
Barron
W R J (ed)
Robert Henryson: selected poems
Book
Bawcutt
P et al (eds)
Selected Poems of Henryson and Dunbar
Book
Bright
P M
‘Medieval concepts of the figure and Henryson’s figurative technique’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XXV, pp 134-53
Article
Caie
G D
‘Henryson as Auctor’ in The Flouer o Makarheid, ed M Fleming, pp 1-14
Article
Cox
C
‘Froward Language and Wanton Play: The “Commoun” text of Henryson’s Testament of Cresseid’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XXIX pp 58-72
Article
Cullen
M A
‘Cresseid excused: a re-reading of Henryson’s Testament of Cresseid’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XX pp 137-59
Article
Dickens
B (ed)
The Testament of Cresseid
Book
Dickens
B (ed)
The Testament of Cresseid
Book
Dillon
B
‘Robert Henryson, The Testament of Cresseid’, in Studies in Scottish Literature VI pp 263-4
Review
Donaldson
D
Sir Richard Holland, The Buke of the Howlat
Book
Dunnigan
S M
‘An Impossible Saint?’, in The Flouer o Makarheid, ed M Fleming, pp 33-60
Article
Ebin
L
‘The Poems of Robert Henryson’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XVIII pp 301-3
Review
Elliot
C (ed)
Robert Henryson, Poems
Book
Evans
D D
‘Robert Henryson’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XIX pp 286-8
Review
Eyre-Todd
G (ed)
Early Scottish poetry: Thomas the Rhymer, John Barbour, Andrew of Wintoun, Henry the Minstrel
Book

The Henryson Collection in the Dunfermline Carnegie Library (housed in the Murison Room)

 
 
Eyre-Todd

 

G (ed)
Medieval Scottish poetry: King James I, Robert Henryson, William Dunbar, Gavin Douglas
Book
Fleming
M (ed)
The Cloak of Poetry: Proceedings of the 7th Annual Conference of The Robert Henryson Society
Book
Fleming
M (ed)
The Flouer o Makarheid: Papers from the 8th and 9th Annual conferences of The Robert Henryson Society
Book
Fleming
M (ed)
The Delectabill Kirnell: Papers presented at Conference and evening meetings of The Robert Henryson Scoiety during 2005 and 2006
Book
Fox
D
The poems of Robert Henryson
Book
Fox
D
Robert Henryson: the poems
Book
Fox
D
‘Two Scots Chaucerians’, in Studies in Scottish Literature VII p 128
Review
Fox
D
‘The 1663 Anderson edition of Henryson’s Testament of Cresseid’, in Studies in Scottish Literature VIII pp 75-96
Article
Geddes
W
Bibliography of Middle Scots poets
Book
Gopen
G
The Poems of Robert Henryson
Book
Gray
M M (ed)
Scottish poetry from Barbour to James VI
Book
Gray
D
Robert Henryson
Book
Greentree
R
‘Debate of the Paddock and the Mouse’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XXVI pp 481-9
Article
Greentree
R
Reader, Teller and Teacher: the Narrator of Robert Henryson’s Moral Fables
Book
Hallett
C A
‘Theme and structure in Henryson’s “The Annunciation”’, in Studies in Scottish Literature X pp 165-74
Article
Hamer
D (ed)
The Poetical Worlds of Sir David Lyndsay of the Mount, Lyon King of Arms, 2 vols, Scottish Text Society
Book
Hart
A
The Moral Fables of Robert Henryson
Book
Haydock
N
‘The Pane of Cresseid for to Modifie’, in The Flouer o Makarheid, ed M Fleming, pp 61-93
Article
Henderson
T F
Scottish vernacular literature: a succinct history
Book
Henryson
R
‘Robin and Makyne’
Booklet
Henryson
R
‘The tail of the paddok and the mous’
Booklet
Hyde
I
‘Poetic imagery: a point of comparison between Henryson and Dunbar’ in Studies in Scottish Literature II pp 183-97
Article
Jack
R D S
‘Henryson and the Sense of an Ending’, in The Cloak of Poetry ,ed M Fleming, pp 61-84
Article
Jamieson
W A
‘Henryson’s “Taill of the Wolf and the Wedder” in Studies in Scottish Literature VI pp 248-57
Article
Jamieson
I W A
‘A further source for Henryson’s Fabillis’, in Notes and Queries pp 403-5
Photocopy
Jamieson
I W A
‘Henryson’s Fabillis: an essay towards a revaluation’, in Words, Wai-te-ata Studies in English II pp 20-31
Photocopy
Jamieson
I W A
‘”To preue thare preaching to be a poesye”: some thoughts on Henryson’s poetics’, in Parergon 8 pp 24-36
Photocopy
Jamieson
I W A
‘The Beast tale in Middle Scots: some thoughts on the history of a genre’, in Parergon 2 pp 26-36
Photocopy
Jamieson
W A
‘The minor poems of Robert Henryson’, in Studies in Scottish Literature IX pp 125-147
Article
Jenkins
A W
‘Henryson’s “The Fox, the Wolf and the Cadger” again’, in Studies in Scottish Literature IV pp 107-12
Article
Jentoft
C W
‘Henryson as authentic “Chaucerian”: Narrator, Character and Courtly Love in the Testament of Cresseid’, in Studies in Scottish Literature X pp 94-102
Article
Khinoy
S
‘Tale-moral relationships in Henryson’s Moral Fables’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XVII pp 99-115
Article
Kindrick
R L
‘Lion or cat? Henryson’s characterisation of James III’ in Studies in Scottish Literature XIV pp 123-36
Article
Kindrick
R L
‘Robert Henryson’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XVIII pp 269-72
Review
Kindrick
R L
‘Henryson and Quintilian’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XXVI pp 470-80
Article
Kindrick
R L
‘Middle Scots poets: a reference guide to James I of Scotland, Robert Henryson, William Dunbar and Gavin Douglas’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XXIII pp 303-5
Review
Kinghorn
A M
‘The minor poems of Robert Henryson’ in Studies in Scottish Literature III pp 30-40
Article
Kinghorn
A (ed)
Barbour: the Bruce – a selection
Book
Kratzmann
G
‘Henryson’s Fables: “The subtell dyte of poetry”’ in Studies in Scottish Literature XX pp 49-70
Article
Laing
D (ed)
Select remains of the ancient popular poetry of Scotland
Book
Laing
D (ed)
The Poems and Fables of Robert Henryson
Book
Lawson
A (ed)
The Kinis quair and the quare of jelusy
Book
Lyall
R J
Robert Henryson, The Makar. Thoughts and reflections
Audio tape
MacDiarmid
H (ed)
Robert Henryson: the Testament of Cresseid and other poems
Book
MacDonald
D
‘Narrative art in Henryson’s Fables’, in Studies in Scottish Literature III pp 101-13
Article
MacDonald
J
‘Robert Henryson, a study of the major narrative poems’, in Studies in Scottish Literature VI pp 192-5
Article
MacDonald
D
‘Chaucer’s influence on Henryson’s Fables: the use of proverbs and sententiae’, in Medium Aevum XXXIX.1
Photocopy
Macdougall
N
‘Henryson’s Scotland: Two Renaissance Kings and their Subjects’, in The Cloak of Poetry, ed M Fleming, pp 35-60
Article
MacKean
W
James I: The Kingis Quair, modernised
Book
Mackenzie
W M (ed)
The poems of William Dunbar
Book
Macqueen
J
Robert Henryson: a study of the major narrative poems
Book
MacQueen
J
‘Ratio and Number in Henryson’s Poetry’, in The Cloak of Poetry, ed M Fleming, pp 1-34
Article
Maguire
L
Three short plays: The Triumph of Dunbar, Henryson and the Ploomdam, and Navigator in the 7th Circle
Book
Manlove
C
Scottish fantasy literature
Book
Manning
R J
‘A note on symbolic identification in Henryson’s Orpheus and Eurydice’, in Studies in Scottish Literature VIII pp 265-71
Article
Marshall
L E
Roberto Henryson e la Griseida
Book
Matthews
K
‘Hugh MacDiarmid and Robert Henryson: “Politics was Pairt o’ their Personal Life – Personal Life was Pairt o’ their Politics”’, in The Delectabill Kirnell, et M Fleming, pp 42-63
Article
McDiarmid
M P
Robert Henryson
Book
McDonald
J
Among his Personal Effects
Book
McGinley
K J
‘Henryson’s Boethius’, in The Flouer o Makarheid, ed M Fleming, pp 15-32
Article
McKenna
S
‘Tragedy and the consolation of myth in Henryson’s Fables’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XXVI pp 490-502
Article
McNamara
J
‘Divine justice in Henryson’s Testament of Cresseid’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XI pp 99-107
Article
Metcalfe
W M
Poems of Robert Henryson
Book
Moore
S
‘”Sone and air upricht”: the moral significance of Chantecleir’s identiry-performance in “The Cock and the Fox”’, in The Delectabill Kirnell, ed M Fleming, pp 28-41
Article
Moses
D
‘”Be figure of ane vther thing”: Robert Henryson and the animal as figure’, in The Delectabill Kirnell, ed M Fleming, pp 1-27
Article
Newlyn
E S
‘Moral Fables of Aesop’, In Studies in Scottish Literature XXV pp 33-58
Review
Noll
D L
‘The Testament of Cresseid: are Christian interpretations valid?’, in Studies in Scottish Literature IX pp 16-25
Article
Paterson
J
The life and poems of William Dunbar
Book
Peek
G S
‘Robert Henryson’s view of original sin ion “The Bludy Serk”’, in Studies in Scottish Literature X pp 199-206
Article
Ridley
F H
‘A check list, 1956-1968, for study of the Kingis Quair, the poetry of Robert Henryson, Gawin Douglas and William Dunbar’, in Studies in Scottish Literature VIII pp 30-51
Article
Ross
I
Robert Henryson: Poems, in Studies in Scottish Literature I pp 268-73
Review
Scheps
W
‘A Climatological reading of Henryson’s treatment of Cresseid’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XV pp 80-7
Article
Schrader
R
‘Some backgrounds of Henryson’ , in Studies in Scottish Literature XV pp 124-38
Article
Schweitzer
E C
‘The Allegory of Robert Henryson’s “The Bludy Serk”’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XV pp 165-74
Article
Scotseen
 
The Presence Room in Abbot House featuring an introduction to the Testament of Cresseid
Video tape
Scotsoun
 
‘The Trial of the Fox’ and ‘The Preaching of the Swallow’ read by Bob Smith and George Bruce
Audio tape
Scotsoun
 
Robert Henryson, Poems
Audio tape
Scotsoun
 
‘The Preiching of the Swallow’ /’Searmonachadh a’ Ghobhlain-Ghaoithe’
Audiotape
Scotsoun
 
‘The Two Mice’ and ‘Robene and Makyne’ read by Bob Smith, Eileen McCallum and Molly Rorke
Audio tape
Smith
G G (ed)
Speciments of Middle Scots
Book
Smith
G G (ed)
The Poems of Robert Henryson, 3 volumes, Scottish Text Society
Book
Stearns
M
Robert Henryson
Book
Stephens
J
‘Notes and news: devotion and wit in Henryson;s “The Annunciation”’, in English Studies 51 (4) pp 323-31
Photocopy
Storm
M
‘The intertextual Cressida: Chaucer’s Henryson or Henryson’s Chaucer?’, in Studies in Scottish Literature XXVIII pp 105-22
Article
Taylor
R A
Dunbar: the poet and his period
Book
Wood
H H (ed)
Poems and Fables of Robert Henryson
Book
Wood
H H (ed)
Poems and Fables of Robert Henryson
Book
Wood
H H
Two Scots Chaucerians
Book
Wood
H H et al
Edinburgh essays on Scots literature
Book
Wood
H H (ed)
Poems and Fables of Robert Henryson
Book
 
     
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