This volume contains sixteen important studies by widely respected scholars dealing with manuscripts produced in England in the Middle Ages.
"This volume is well produced and the editors have chosen distinguished contributors whose essays illustrate the richness of current scholarly interaction with medieval manuscript sources." (M. C. Salisbury, in: The Journal of Ecclesiastical History, Vol. 63/2, April 2012, p. 382-383)
"This remarkable volume, with all sixteen essays equally informative in their specific fields, certainly advances the study of manuscripts, but it also at times presents interesting vistas of daily life in medieval England." (A. Mouron, in: Rare Books and Special Collections Group Newsletter, issue 91, January 2012, p. 12-13)
"This is a worthy tribute to a superlative scholar." (T. Graham, in: The Catholic Historical Review, April 2012, Vol. 98, No. 2, p. 350-353)