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Constance Bartlett Hieatt


(1928 - 2011)

Constance Bartlett Hieatt

Born in Boston, professor Constance Bartlett Hieatt was a medievalist who specialized in writings in Old English and Old Norse, but was perhaps better known for her work on medieval cookery.

She and professor A. Kent Hieatt met at Columbia and were married. They went on to become full professors at the University of Western Ontario.

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The Canterbury Tales (1961)

A selection of Chaucer’s tales for children, in modern English.

Author(s): Geoffrey Chaucer
Illustrator(s): Gustaf Tenggren

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The Joy of the Court (1971)

The Tale of Sir Erec, sometimes known as Sir Geraint from the Arthurian romances. Falsely accused of cowardice he proves his worth to his lady and his king.

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Author(s): Chretien de Troyes
Constance Bartlett Hieatt
Illustrator(s): Pauline Baynes

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