Mary to Veronica: John Audelay's Sequence of Salutations to God-Bearing Women
Medieval poetry, religious poetry, English poetry
Literature in English, British Isles | Medieval Studies
Literary historians have been working productively in recent years to reclaim the texture of early-fifteenth-century English poetry in contexts of politics and religion. To the list of major authors we should add John Audelay, chaplain of Knockin (fl. 1417–26), setting him equally beside his contemporaries Thomas Hoccleve, John Lydgate, and Margery Kempe. As a vernacular poet with a name, a provenance, and a rich body of work, Audelay warrants serious regard. His oeuvre displays an artistry that is different from, but as innovative and revelatory of his times as, those of his celebrated contemporaries.
Fein, Susanna (2011). Mary to Veronica: John Audelay's Sequence of Salutations to God-Bearing Women. Speculum 86(4), 964-1009. doi: 10.1017/S0038713411002454 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/engpubs/151
University of Chicago Press