David Williams

Country :États-Unis
Language :anglais
Variant of the name :David Eliot Williams
ISNI :ISNI 0000 0001 1452 1104


Auteur du texte3 documents

  • Cain and Beowulf

    a study in secular allegory

    Material description : 119 p.
    Note : Note : Bibliogr. p. 111-116. Index
    Edition : Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto press , cop. 1982

  • The Canterbury tales

    a literary pilgrimage

    Material description : X-115 p.
    Note : Note : Bibliogr. p. 109-112. Index
    Edition : Boston : Twayne , 1987

  • Deformed discourse

    the function of the monster in mediaeval thought and literature

    Material description : 392 p.
    Note : Note : Bibliogr. p. 370-383 Index
    Edition : Montreal & Kingston : McGill-Queen's university press , 1996


Éditeur scientifique2 documents

  • Chaucer and language

    essays in honour of Douglas Wurtele

    Material description : XXI-250 p.-[1] p. de front.
    Note : Note : Bibliogr. p. 225-245. Index
    Edition : Montreal (Quebec) : McGill-Queen's university press , 2001
    Éditeur scientifique : Robert Myles

  • Literature and ethics

    essays presented to A. E. Malloch

    Material description : XV-151 p.
    Edition : Kingston, Canada : McGill-Queen's university press , 1988
    Éditeur scientifique : Gary Wihl


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  • Cain and Beowulf / D. Williams, 1982

Variant of the name

  • David Eliot Williams

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