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Manuscript and Early Print

London, British Library, MS Additional 61823 (Sole surviving manuscript witness for
The Book of Margery Kempe)

Here begynneth a shorte treatyse of contemplacyon taught by our lorde Jhesu cryste, or
taken out of the boke of Margerie kempe of lyn[n]. London: Wynkyn de Worde,
1501 (STC 14924).

“A Short Treatyse of Contemplation taught by our Lord Jesu Christ, or taken out of the
Book of Margery Kempe, Ancress of Lynn.” In The Cell of Self-Knowledge:
seven Early English Mystical Treatises printed by Henry Pepwell mcxxi. Ed.
Edmund G. Gardner. London: Henry Pepwell, 1521. (STC 20972)


Editions

Kempe, Margery. The Book of Margery Kempe. EETS no. 212 O.S. London: Early
English Text Society, 1940.

-----. The Book of Margery Kempe, Fourteen Hundred and Thirty-Six. Ed. W. Butler-
Bowdon. New York: The Devlin-Adair Co., 1944.

-----. The Book of Margery Kempe. Ed. Barry A. Windeatt Woodbridge, UK: Brewer,
2004.

-----. The Book of Margery Kempe. Ed. Lynn Staley. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval
Institute Texts, 1996.

-----. Il libro di Margery Kempe. Autobiografia spirituale di una laica del Quattrocento.
Ed. G. Del Lungo Camiciotti. Milano: Àncora, 2002.


Translations

The Book of Margery Kempe 1436: A Modern Version. Trans. W. Butler-Bowdon,
London, Cape, 1936; rept. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1956.

The Book of Margery Kempe. Trans. Barry A. Windeatt. Harmondsworth, UK:
Penguin, 1985.

Le livre: une mystique anglaise au temps de l'hérésie lollarde. (French) Trans. Daniel
Vidal. Sainte-Agnès: Millon,1987.

Le livre de Margery Kempe: une aventurière de la foi au Moyen Âge. (French) Trans.
Louise Magdinier. Paris: Cerf, 1989.

The Autobiography of the Madwoman of God: The Book of Margery Kempe. A New
Translation. Trans. Tony D. Triggs. Ligouri: Triumph Books, 1995.

The Book of Margery Kempe. Trans. John Skinner. New York, Doubleday, 1998.

The Book of Margery Kempe, A New Translation, Contexts and Criticism. Trans. and ed.
Lynn Staley. New York, Norton, 2001

The Book of Margery Kempe: An Abridged Translation. Translated from the Middle
English with Introduction, Notes and Interpretive Essay. Trans. Liz Herbert
McAvoy. Woodbridge, UK and Rochester, NY: Brewer, 2003.


Performances and Retellings

Figes, Eva. The True Tale of Margery Kempe. London, BBC Radio 2, 1985.

Glück, Robert. Margery Kempe. High Risk Books, 1994.


Studies in Books, Chapters, and Articles

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Allen, V. “As the crow flies: Roads and pilgrimage.” Essays in Medieval Studies 25(2009): 27-38.

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Arnell, C. “Chaucer's Wife of Bath and John Fowles's Quaker Maid: Tale-telling and the trial of
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Atkinson, Clarissa W. Mystic and Pilgrim: The Book and the Word of Margery Kempe.
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Davis, Isabel. “Men and Margery: Negotiating Medieval Patriarchy.” In Arnold and
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Delany, Sheila. “Sexual Economics, Chaucer’s Wife of Bath and The Book of Margery
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-----. “A Showing of God’s Grace: The Book of Margery Kempe.” In Mysticism and
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Dillon, Janet. “Margery Kempe’s Sharp Confessors.” Leeds Studies in English, n.s. 27
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-----. “Holy Women and Their Confessors or Confessors and Their Holy Women?
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-----. “The Making of Desire in The Book of Margery Kempe.” Leeds Studies in
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Dinshaw, Carolyn. “Margery Kempe Answers Back.” Getting Medieval: Sexualities and
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Glenn, Cheryl. "Author, Audience and Autobiography: Rhetorical Technique in The Book
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-----. “Popular Literacy in the Middle Ages: The Book of Margery Kempe.” In
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