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Duncan TG. {'Quid} Hinieldus Cum Christo?': The Secular Expression of the Sacred in Old and Middle English Lyrics’. In: Besserman L, editor. Sacred and Secular in Medieval and Early Modern Cultures: New Essays. Palgrave Macmillan; 2006. p. 29-46.
Duncan TG. A companion to the Middle English lyric. Cambridge; Rochester, NY: D.S. Brewer; 2005.
Boffey J. Middle English Lyrics and Manuscripts. In: Duncan TG, editor. A Companion to the Middle English Lyric. Cambridge: Brewer; 2005. p. 1-18.
Duncan TG. Poetry by Accident? Middle English Lyrics from Latin Sources. In: Ellis R, Tixler R, editors. The Medieval Translator. Brepols; 1996.
Duncan TG. The Maid in the Moor and the Rawlinson Text. The Review of English Studies. 1996;47:151-62.
Duncan TG. Medieval English lyrics 1200-1400. London: Penguin; 1995.
Duncan TG. Two Middle English Penitential Lyrics: Sound and Scansion. In: Minnis AJ, editor. {Late-Medieval} Religious Texts and Their Transmission. Cambridge; 1994. p. 55-65.
Duncan TG. Textual Notes on Two Early Middle English Lyrics. Neuphilologische Mitteilungen. 1992;93:109-20.