1. The Dartmouth Brut: Conservation, Authenticity, Dissemination
  2. Deborah Howe, Michelle R. Warren
  3. pp. 178-195
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  1. “History Repeats itself”: The Dartmouth Brut and Fifteenth-Century Historiography
  2. Edward Donald Kennedy
  3. pp. 196-214
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  1. Contextualizing the Dartmouth Brut: From Professional Manuscripts to “The Worst Little Scribbler in Surrey”
  2. Lister M. Matheson
  3. pp. 215-239
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  1. Making Histories: Locating the Belfast Fragment of the Middle English Prose Brut
  2. Ryan Perry
  3. pp. 240-256
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  1. Deciphering the Brut: Lambeth Palace MS 6 and the Perils of Transmission
  2. Elizabeth J. Bryan
  3. pp. 257-283
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  1. Echoes in the Margins: Reading the Dartmouth Brut in Early Modern England
  2. Emily Ulrich
  3. pp. 284-303
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  1. “It is to harde for my lernyng”: Making Sense of Annotations in Brut Manuscripts
  2. Julia Marvin
  3. pp. 304-322
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  1. Encountering the Dartmouth Brut in the Midst of History
  2. Matthew Fisher
  3. pp. 323-330
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  1. Introduction: Situating Digital Archives
  2. Michelle R. Warren
  3. pp. 169-177
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