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0000 0001 1022 759X
Name: 
Chambers, R. W.
Chambers, Raymond W.
Chambers, Raymond Wilson
Wilson Chambers, Raymond
チェンバーズ, R. W
Dates: 
1874-1942
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Related names: 
Flower, Robin (1881-1946)
Förster, Max, 1869 (1954)
Harpsfield, Nicholas (1519-1575)
Hitchcock, Elsie Vaughan
Jonathan Cape
Ker, William Paton (1855-1923)
Ker, William Paton (1855-1923))
Ker, Wm. Paton (1855-1923)
Seton, Walter Warren (1882-1927)
Smith, David Baird
Wrenn, Charles Leslie
Wyatt, A. J.
Wyatt, Alfred John
門間, 都喜郎 (1938-)
Titles: 
Bede
Beowulf an introduction to the study of the poem with a discussion of the stories of Offa and Finn
Beowulf with the finnsburg fragment
book of London English 1384-1425, The
book of Margery Kempe, 1436, The
Catalogue of the Dante collection in the library of University College, London
Centenary addresses : bound together in one volume
Chapters on the Exeter book
chronicles of Scotland, The
Eigo sanbun no renzokusei ni tsuite
England before the Norman conquest
Exeter book of old English poetry, The
fifteenth-century courtesy book, A
Finnesburh
Form and style in poetry, lectures and notes
Generall rule to teche euery man to serve a lorde or mayster
Hand-catalogue of the library. Brought down to the end of 1897.
Harpsfield's Life of More
Jacobean Shakespeare and Measure for Measure
King Lear The first W.P. Ker memorial lecture delivered in the University of Glasgow, 27th November, 1939
life and death of Sr Thomas Moore knight, sometymes lord high chancellor of England, written in the tyme of Queene Marie, The
London mediaevalstudies, edited by R. W. Chambers, F. Norman, A. H. Smith,... Vol. I, part 2
Long, Will, Dante, and the righteous heathen
Man's unconquerable mind studies of English writers, from Bede to A.E. Housman and W.P. Ker
Medieval English literature
On the continuity of English prose from Alfred to More and his school
Piers Plowman controversy N°139 b., The : Piers Plowman the work of one or of five : Dr J.J. Jusserand's first reply to Prof. Manly : N°139 c. : Professor J.M. Manly's answer to Dr J.J. Jusserand : N°139 d. : Dr Jusserand's second reply to Prof. Manly : N° 139 e : The authorship of Piers Plowman
Poets and their critics Langland and Milton
recent research upon the [[ancren riwle]]
Ruskin and Others on Byron
Saga and the myth of sir thomas more
teaching of English in the universities of England, The
text of "Piers Plowman", The
Thomas More
Tomasu moa no shōgai
W. P. Ker, 1855-1923
Widsith : a study in old english heroic legend
トマス・モアの生涯
英語散文の連続性について : アルフレッドからモアとその一派まで
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