Seven Minor Epics of the English Renaissance (1596-1624)by William Barksted
"[...]Arber agreed. But though Jeannette Fellheimer could find no evidence that Lynche knew Belleforest's or Fenton's version of the tale, she demonstrated, on the basis of two very close parallels, that he knew Painter's. In support of Fellheimer's view, one notes that Lynche follows Painter in employing the form "Cathelo[y]gne" (p. 63) rather than Fenton's "Catalonia."
Barksted may have known ballads on the subject of Hiren, alluded to in stanza 34 of his poem, as well as[...]".
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