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"English Manuscript Studies" is a periodical that reflects the growth of scholarly interest in manuscript sources for literature and intellectual history from medieval to early modern times. Encompassing the study of manuscripts produced in the British Isles between the conquest and the end of the seventeenth century, it provides a forum from the interdisciplinary investigation of both medieval and Renaissance manuscripts and aims to stimulate awareness of the possibilities of manuscript study in general. This latest volume of English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700 is concerned with the crucial role of the scribe in the transmission of literary and other texts. It includes papers on English and Latin humanist works of the fifteenth century, on Scottish literary collections of the medieval and Renaissance periods, as well as papers on Surrey, Donne, Marvell, Hobbes, and Francis Beaumont.