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Fein, Susanna. "Somer Soneday: Kingship, Sainthood, and Fortune in MS Laud Misc. 108." In Text and Context in Bodleian Library {MS} Laud Misc. 108, edited by Kimberly K. Bell and Julie Nelson Couch. Leiden: Brill, 2010.
Fein, Susanna. "The Lyrics of MS Harley 2253." In A Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1500, edited by Peter Beidler, 4186-4206, 4311-4361. Vol. 11. New Haven, {CT}: Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2005.
Fletcher, Alan. Preaching, politics and poetry in late-medieval England. Dublin; Portland, OR: Four Courts Press, 1998.
Gray, Douglas. "The Robin Hood Poems." Poetica 18 (1984): 1-39.
Gray, Douglas. Themes and images in the medieval English religious lyric.. London; Boston: Routledge and K. Paul, 1972.
Gray, Douglas. "Lyrics." In Middle English Literature, edited by J.A.W., 364-406. Vol. 2. Oxford History of English Literature 2. Oxford: Oxford {UP}, 1986.
Gray, Douglas. "Medieval English Mystical Lyrics." In Mysticism and Spirituality in Medieval England, edited by W. F. Pollard and R. Boenig, 203-18. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1997.
Gray, Douglas. "Songs and Lyrics." In Literature of Fourteenth Century England, edited by Piero Boitani and A. Torti, 83-98. Cambridge {UP}, 1983.
Gray, Douglas. "Two Songs of Death." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 64 (1963): 52-74.
Greene, Richard. The early English carols. 2. ed., rev. and enl. ed. Oxford, 1977.
Greene, Richard L.. "A Middle English "Timor Mortis" Poem." The Modern Language Review 28 (1933): 234-238.
Greentree, Rosemary. The Middle English lyric and short poem In Annotated Bibliographes of Old and Middle English Literature. Annotated bibliographies of Old and Middle English literature. Cambridge; Rochester, NY: D.S. Brewer, 2001.
Handschin, Jacques. "The Summer Canon and Its Background I." Musica Disciplina 3 (1949): 55-94.
Handschin, Jacques. "The Summer Canon and Its Background: II." Musica Disciplina 5 (1951): 65-113.
Hascher-Burger, Ulrike. "Schrieb Thomas a Kempis Lieder? Eine alte Frage neu gestellt." In Aus dem Winkel in die Welt. Die Bücher des Thomas von Kempen und ihre Schicksale, 232-254. Vol. 11. Tradition-Reform-Innovation 11. Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2006.