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This page contains a hotlist of exercises
and educational materials on my webpages. They are geared
for students of medieval literature. Items are listed in
alphabetical order, so if you have an assignment in your
syllabus, you can look for it by title. The materials include
downloadable handouts and
online materials as webpages.
Handouts in PDF format: You
can download these PDF files to your computer and then print
them out or read them using the free program Adobe Acrobat.
If you don't have a copy of Adobe Acrobat, you can
it here, for free.
Below, you will find a list of educational materials in
the form of weblinks. Items are listed in alphabetical order,
so if you have an assignment in your syllabus, you can look
for it by title. You will also find a bold link near the
bottom of this page that will lead to various external medieval
webpages that I find useful.
Image based on stainglass portrait, "Pilgrims on
the Road to Canterbury," from the southern aisle
of the Trinity Chapel, built in the 13th century.