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Brian Merrilees

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The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies
71 Queen's Park Crescent East
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1K7
Canada

Company Description: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto
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Sport & Culture in Early Modern Europe | CRRS
crrs.ca, 1 Feb 2011 [cached]
Brian Merrilees is Professor Emeritus of French at the University of Toronto and a specialist in Anglo-Norman language and literature and in medieval French lexicography. He is the editor of three editions of the Voyage de saint Brendan, the Dictionarius de Firmin Le Ver and of a number of other texts. Since 2002 he has been a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
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Michael Flannery (with Brian Merrilees and John McClelland), " The Rules for Playing Pall-mall (c. 1655)"
CRRS Publications Catalogue
crrs.utoronto.ca, 14 May 2010 [cached]
John McClelland and Brian Merrilees, Editors
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Brian Merrilees is Professor Emeritus of French at the University of Toronto and a specialist in Anglo-Norman language and literature and in medieval French lexicography. He is the editor of three editions of the Voyage de saint Brendan, the Dictionarius de Firmin Le Ver and of a number of other texts. Since 2002 he has been a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
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Michael Flannery (with Brian Merrilees and John McClelland), " The Rules for Playing Pall-mall (c. 1655)"
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www.french.utoronto.ca [cached]
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www.pims.ca [cached]
Brian Merrilees (1938-2013) Professor Brian Merrilees, the consulting editor for Medieval French Literature for the Department of Publications since 2008, died on 6 September 2013. An active contributor to the Institute community since his arrival at the University of Toronto in 1964, he worked diligently for Publications, soliciting new manuscripts from both established and younger scholars, reading and analysing the manuscripts when they arrived, acting as an reader for completed texts, and above all lending luster to our editorial programme. A meticulous editor and thoughtful critic, he was a major figure in the study of Old French and of Anglo-Norman in particular. The contents of the recent issue of Florilegium dedicated to him indicate his profound influence on the field. He was as well an enthusiastic teacher and generous supporter of his students, more than one of whom is now associated with the Institute. (Posted 10.ix.2013)
Department of French - Research Projects
french.chass.utoronto.ca, 1 June 2008 [cached]
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