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A

About this site

Affiliates of the CTS

B

Bibliography

Books of Instruction

C

Collation

Contact the CTS

Contacts

D - E

Database analysis

F

Fables and Fairy Tales

Future Events

G

Games and Pastimes

Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales (1999-2005)

Geography and Travel

H

Help

History and Biography

History of the CTS

I

Introduction

J - K

John Jowett "Editing Shakespeare: What Does It Matter?": A keynote at the Fourth Symposium on Textual Scholarship (2007) at the Centre for Textual Studies, De Montfort University

L

Legal stuff

Links

M

http://master.dmu.ac.uk: A gentle technical introduction

http://master.dmu.ac.uk: Cataloguing rules

http://master.dmu.ac.uk: Resources to be made

http://master.dmu.ac.uk: The partners

http://master.dmu.ac.uk: The workplan

Mathematics

Members of the CTS

Movable and Toy Books; Myths and Heroes

N - O

N. F. Blake "The Canterbury Tales Project: The New Lineation

Natural Science

News

Next steps

Nursery Rhymes and Alphabets

P - Q

Past and Present Projects

Periodicals and Annuals

Peter M. W. Robinson "New methods of Editing, Exploring, and Reading The Canterbury Tales": Based on a talk given at the conference ‘I nuovi orizzonti della filologia', Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, May 28 1998

Peter Robinson and Elizabeth Solopova "The Wife of Bath's Prologue on CD-ROM: A Demonstration"

Peter Shillingsburg "Scholarship and/or Technology: Computing Textual Studies": A keynote address at the Fifth Symposium on Textual Scholarship (2008) at the Centre for Textual Studies, De Montfort University

Poetry, Verse and Rhymes; Games

Previous scholarship

R

Regularization

Religious Books, Bibles, Hyms, etc

Repository

S

Site index

Stemmatics and evolutionary biology

Stories After 1850

Stories Before 1850

T

The Canterbury Tales Project

The Hockliffe Project: Homepage

The Hockliffe Project: Introductory Essay

The system of transcription

Thomas Malory's Le Morte Darthur

Thomas Malory's Le Morte Darthur: Samples from the digitization

Thomas Malory's Le Morte Darthur: The life and work

U

Use of computer technology

V

Virginia Woolf's "Time Passes" from To the Lighthouse

W - Z  

What is the CTS?

Whole Catalogue

William Caxton's Cantebury Tales