Reviews of Books

ALICE GARDNER
1897 English Historical Review  
study of medieval literature. Such solecisms as plantei (for plutei, bookshelves), opus major, and many others are perhaps due primarily to the printer, but by going out of his way to add English renderings to all his Latin quotations he has supplied a measure of his scholarship which is not reassuring. His critical faculty, too, does not seem to be of a high order; otherwise he would hardly quote freely from the pseudo-Ingulph, or reproduce the exploded figment of Alfred's connexion with
more » ... onnexion with Oxford as a substantial fact. In the latter case, by the way, the reference is to ' Ziegelbauer, i. 826,' i.e., according to the bibliographical list, H.
doi:10.1093/ehr/xii.xlvii.544 fatcat:zb4kx44ihna4veeeg7fkmdrfaa