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Hardman, P. (2015) Wine, women and song: innovation in the Middle English Charlemagne Romances. Reading Medieval Studies, XLI. pp. 95-104. ISSN 0950-3129 (ISBN 9780704915534)

Hardman, P. (2012) Knight, king, emperor, saint: portraying Charlemagne in Middle English romance. Reading Medieval Studies, XXXVIII. pp. 43-58. ISSN 0950-3129

Hardman, P. (2011) Learning lessons in Middle English romance. Reading Medieval Studies, XXXVII. pp. 1-13. ISSN 0950-3129

Hardman, P. (2009) Sign language: seeing things in Middle English poems. Harlaxton Medieval Studies (18 (new se). pp. 85-99.

Hardman, P. (2008) Speaking of Roland: the Middle English Roland fragment in BL MS Lansdowne 388. Reading Medieval Studies, XXXIV. pp. 99-121. ISSN 0950-3129

Hardman, P. (2008) A note on the collation of BL MS Add. 37492 (The Fillingham Manuscript). Journal of the Early Book Society, 11. pp. 217-221. ISSN 1525-6790

Hardman, P. (2004) 'This litel child, his litel book': narratives for children in late fifteenth century England. Journal of the Early Book Society, 7. pp. 51-66. ISSN 1525-6790

Hardman, P. (2003) Evidence of readership in fifteenth century household miscellanies. Poetica, 60. pp. 15-30. ISSN 0287-1629 (special issue 'The history of the book in fifteenth century Britain')

Hardman, P. (1999) Dear Enemies: the motif of the converted Saracen and Sir Gawain and the Green knight. Reading Medieval Studies, XXV. pp. 59-74. ISSN 0950-3129

Hardman, P. (1992) Scholars retelling romances. Reading Medieval Studies, XVIII. pp. 81-101. ISSN 0950-3129

Hardman, P. (1976) The unity of the Ireland manuscript. Reading Medieval Studies, II. pp. 45-62. ISSN 0950-3129

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Hardman, P. (2011) Roland in England: contextualising the Middle English Song of Roland. In: Purdie , R. and Cichon, M. (eds.) Medieval Romance, Medieval Contexts. Studies in Medieval Romance. D S Brewer, Cambridge, pp. 91-104. ISBN 9781843842606

Hardman, P. and Ailes, M. (2010) Crusading, chivalry and the Saracen world in insular romance. In: Field, R., Hardman, P. and Sweeney, M. (eds.) Christianity and romance in medieval England. Boydell & Brewer, Cambridge, pp. 45-65. ISBN 9781843842194

Hardman, P. (2010) Domestic learning and teaching: investigating evidence for the role of 'household miscellanies' in late-medieval England. In: Lawrence-Mathers, A. ORCID: and Hardman, P. (eds.) Women and writing c.1340-c.1650: the domestication of print culture. Manuscript culture in the British Isles. York Medieval Press, UK, pp. 15-33. ISBN 9781903153321

Hardman, P. (2009) Popular romances and young readers. In: Radulescu, R. L. and Rushton, C. J. (eds.) A Companion to Medieval Popular Romance. Studies in Medieval Romance. D S Brewer, Cambridge, pp. 150-164. ISBN 9781843841920

Hardman, P. (2009) The mobile page: special effects. In: Hennessy, M. V. (ed.) Tributes to Kathleen L Scott: English Medieval Manuscripts: Readers, Makers and Illuminators. Brepols, Turnhout, pp. 101-113. ISBN 9781872501086

Hardman, P. and Ailes, M. (2008) How English are the English Charlemagne romances? In: Cartlidge, N. (ed.) Boundaries in Medieval Romance. Studies in Medieval Romance. D S Brewer, Cambridge, pp. 43-55. ISBN 9781843841555

Hardman, P. M. (2007) Gawain's practice of piety in Sir Gawain and the green knight. In: Lee, M. (ed.) Poetry criticism. Vol. 76. Gale, Detroit, pp. 256-269. ISBN 9780787687106

Hardman, P. and Morris, B. (2006) Introduction. In: Sumer is icumen in. Two Rivers Press, Reading. ISBN 9781901677492

Hardman, P. (2006) Lydgate's 'uneasy' syntax. In: Scanlon, L. and Simpson, J. (eds.) John Lydgate: poetry, culture, and Lancastrian England. University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, USA, pp. 12-35. ISBN 9780268041168

Hardman, P. (2005) The true romance of Tristrem and Ysoude. In: Saunders, C. (ed.) Cultural encounters in the romance of medieval England. Studies in Medieval Romance. D. S. Brewer, Cambridge, pp. 85-99. ISBN 9781843840329

Hardman, P. (2004) Malory and middle English verse romance: the case of 'Sir Tristrem'. In: Wheeler, B. (ed.) Arthurian studies in honour of P.J.C. Field. Arthurian studies (57). D.S. Brewer, Cambridge, pp. 217-222. ISBN 9781843840138

Hardman, P. (2003) Presenting the text: pictorial tradition in fifteenth century manuscripts of 'The Canterbury tales'. In: Finley, W. and Rosenblum, J. (eds.) Chaucer illustrated: 500 Years of the Canterbury Tales in pictures. Oak Knoll Press; British Library Publishing, New Castle, Del.; London, pp. 37-72. ISBN 9780712348164


Field, R., Hardman, P. M. and Sweeney, M., eds. (2010) Christianity and romance in medieval England. Boydell & Brewer. ISBN 9781843842194

Lawrence-Mathers, A. ORCID: and Hardman, P. M., eds. (2010) Women and writing c1340-c1650; the domestication of print culture. Manuscript Culture in the British Isles, 2. York Medieval Press (in association with the Boydell Press), Woodbridge, Rochester NY, and York, pp238. ISBN 9781903153321

Hardman, P., ed. (2003) Medieval and early modern miscellanies and anthologies. Yearbook of English studies, 33. Maney Publishing, Leeds, pp340. ISBN 1902653939

Hardman, P., Le Saux, F., Noble, P. and Thomas, N. (2003) The growth of the Tristan and Iseut legend in Wales, England, France and Germany. Studies in medieval literature (24). Edwin Mellen Press, Lampeter, pp214. ISBN 9780773468351

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