Author:John Earle (1824-1903)

John Earle
(1824–1903)
English linguist

WorksEdit

  • Gloucester Fragments, Legends of St. Swithun and Sancta Maria Ægyptiaca (1861)
  • Guide to Bath, Ancient and Modern (1864)
  • Two of the Saxon Chronicles Parallel, with Supplementary Extracts from the Others, edited with Introduction, Notes, and a Glossarial Index (1865)
  • The Philology of the English Tongue (1866)
  • A Book for the Beginner in Anglo-Saxon (1866)
  • Rhymes and Reasons, Essays by J. E. (1871)
  • English Plant Names (1880)
  • Anglo-Saxon Literature (1884)
  • A Handbook to the Land Charters and other Saxonic Documents (1888)
  • English Prose, its Elements, History and Usage (1890)
  • The Deeds of Beowulf, done into Modern Prose, with an Introduction and Notes (1892)
  • The Psalter of 1539, a Landmark in English Literature (1894)
  • Bath during British Independence (1895)
  • A Simple Grammar of English now in Use (1898)
  • The Alfred Jewel (1901)

MiscellaneousEdit

  • Introduction to Purgatorio by Dante, translated by Thomas Shadwell (1892)
  • Dante's 'Vita Nuova', "Quarterly Review" (1896).
  • Alfred as a Writer in "Alfred the Great; containing chapters on his life and times" [1](1899), edited by Alfred Bowker
  • The Place of English in Education., pp. 62-67 in "An English miscellany; presented to Dr. Furnivall in honour of his seventy-fifth birthday" (1901) [2]

Works about EarleEdit

 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.