Raymond Joseph Cormier Personal Papers
Raymond Joseph Cormier was Associate Professor, 1972‑1978, and Professor of French, 1978‑1983 at Temple University, and chairman of the Department of French and Italian from 1973 to
1975. He was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1938 and received his A.B. from the University of Bridgeport in 1960. He returned to his undergraduate alma mater to receive the Doctor of Letters degree, honoris causa, in 1980. He received the A.M. degree from Stanford University in 1962 and the Ph.D. in French and Celtic in 1967 after studying at the Sorbonne, 1962‑1963, and having been a University Scholar and fellow at Harvard University, 1963‑1965. He taught as an Instructor at Tufts University (1965‑1967), then as Assistant Professor at at the University of Virginia (1967‑1972) before coming to Temple.
As past‑president and co‑founder of the International Courtly Literature Society, he was the Managing Editor of Encomia, the Society's Bibliographical Bulletin. Professor Cormier was active in the Modern Language Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity, having been an officer of this group as well as of the national organization. While teaching in Charlotteville, Virginia he was also the founder and past‑president of the University of Virginia Medieval Circle (1968‑1972). He is a scholar of medieval comparative literature, publishing several books and articles on the Aeneid, Arthurian folklore, Celtic myths and tales from antiquity. Professor Cormier's continuing interest in Celtic literature led to a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Celtic, University of Edinburgh, Scotland (fall term, 1972) while holding simultaneously a Sesquicentennial Associateship from The University of Virginia, and, a readership in the Celtic Library, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, School of Celtic Studies (April‑August 1977).
Professor Cormier's papers contain the manuscripts and corrected proofs of articles, about one‑third of them written in French. His interest in and advocacy for the study of foreign languages led to several newspaper articles about his unorthodox style of teaching adapted from the method developed by John A. Rassias of Dartmouth College, and the importance of the study of languages. His articles and letters to the editor of The New York Times ("Survie Apres Babel:I" and "Survival After Babel: II") brought him a wide range of correspondence from educators and business executives supporting the need for this study. Another segment of his papers include book reviews and two fiction articles he wrote.
Professor Cormier's article, "Remarques sur le Roman d'Eneas et l'Erec et Enide de Chrétien de Troyes," published in Revue des Lanques Romanes (1976) is in the collection in several successive forms. This was the object of a charge of plagiarism which was rejected in a legal arbitration suit in 1984.
The materials are arranged by type of publication:
Series 1: Articles
Series 2: Book Reviews
Series 3: Books
Series 4: Professional and Personal Activities
The first series includes papers Prof. Cormier has presented or published in the fields of his scholarly researches and of advocacy of the study of foreign languages (series 1a), papers which he published jointly (1b), and those which he translated (1c). Book reviews Prof. Cormier wrote and the bibliography he prepared for the I.C.L.S.'s Encomia form the second series. The third, Books, includes those Prof. Cormier wrote (series 3a), edited and translated (3b), and co‑edited (3c). The final series consists of several addresses Prof. Cormier delivered, administrative reports written while he was a department chairman at Temple, a variety of other articles including a child's moral tale, and Prof. Cormier's curriculum vita (1979). Each series includes correspondence to and copies of letters from Prof. Cormier concerning publication and other professional matters. The materials are arranged alphabetically by title within the first three series and chronologically within the fourth series. Most offprints are in the Temple Author Reprint collection; three of Prof. Cormier's books are in the Templana Collection of Faculty Writers. Newspaper clippings have been photocopied using acid‑free paper.
Professor Cormier donated these material between 1973 and 1980. He retains the literary rights to these materials and wishes to be notified whenever they are to be consulted with a view to publication.
Compiled by Stephanie Morris
Carton 1. Series 1a: Articles
1 "After Ovid: Three Erotic tales of Antiquity."
letter of transfer (1973); first and second
2 "Anonymity and Orality in the Táin."
3 drafts (2 are photocopies of mss. drafts).
3 "Comunalment and Soltaine in the Eneas."
appeared in Romance Notes xiv:1(1972) 4 drafts
4 "Critical Approaches to Arthurian Tradition: The
Celtic Hypothesis and the Jackson‑Loomis
Controversy." 3 drafts; 4 drafts of Reading
Version (including the first draft).
5 "Cú Chulainn and Yvain: The Love Hero in Early
and Old French Literatue."
2 drafts, 1 partial draft.
6 "Cú Chulainn and Yvain."
3 drafts ("Next to last" and "1968 version with
1972 'auto‑critical' notes and annotations by
Kenneth H. Jackson," both signed; other has notes
to and from Prof. Jackson, also signed), proofs
for Studies in Philology Lxxii: 2 (April 1975),
signed, with notation "Printer's errors Author's
7 "Cú Chulainn and Yvain."
2 drafts, 3 partial drafts
8 "Death by Stylus."
3 letters (1974); 2 drafts and a copy.
9 "Defining the Role of Foreign Languages in the
Total College Curriculum."
2 drafts, presented at Association of Departments
of Foreign Languages panel, Northeast Modern
Language Association, Penn State, April 4, 1974,
One with note "Published in Bulletin of the ADFL,
6 (1974), 23‑25.
10 "Foreign Languages and Our Founding Fathers."
6 letters (1976)
11 "Foreign Languages and Our Founding Fathers."
3 drafts of longer version for Temple
University's Alumni Review; 4 drafts of reading
version presented at a meeting of the Modern
Language Association of Philadelphia and
Vicinity (March 1976).
12 "The Gift of Tears in Chrétien's Philomena"
letter of transfer (1974) 4 drafts (1 mss).
13 "The Gift of Tears in Chrétien's Philomena."
12 letters with 2 pages of reviewer's comments
(1973‑1976), letter of transfer (1978), 2 copies
of late draft; corrected proofs, autographed off‑
print from Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie:
Sprach und literaturwissenschaftliche Beiträge
vom frühen bis zum ausgehenden Mittelalter, hsgn.
k. Baldinger Sonderland zum 100 jährigen
Bestehen (Tübingern: Niemeyer, 1977), pp.193‑197
14 "Gleanings on the Manuscript Tradition of the Roman
d'Eneas." Letter stating that this article will
appear in Manuscripta (1973) as is noted on 2 of
the drafts, 4 drafts (one signed, 2 mss.)
15 "Goronwy Owen in Colonial Virginia. Tom Peete
Cross. Edited by Raymond J. Cormier." 3
drafts; "Version 1 First Draft" is entitled
"Romanticism and Welsh Bardic Tradition: Gronwy
Owen in Cononial Virginia Tom Peete Cross" and
the spelling of "Gronwy" is corrected to
"Goronwy." The "Next to Last Draft" has the
same title but on the "Final Draft" the first
ophrase is crossed out. 2 drafts labeled "T.P.
Cross's Typescript (copy)" appear to be reading
versions. With program of The Bicentennial of
the Welsh Bard Goronwy Owen 1723‑1769, College
of William and Mary, 1969, and Botetourt
Publications number 2, John Gwilym Jones,
"Goronwy Owen's Virginian Adventure" (1969).
Owen's Virginian Adventure" (1969).
16 "Goronwy Owen in Colonial Virginia."
26 letters (1972‑1976), 4 pp. of journals (to
which article was sent)
17 "Gronwy Owen in Colonial Virginia."
draft with long title of "First Draft" in folder
18 "Open Contrast: Tristan and Diarmaid."
5 drafts (second draft‑mss.‑dated 10/8/72,
entitled "Tristan and Diarmaid" as is Reading
Version of "19 April 1973.")
19 "Open Contrast."
First typed draft of Reading Version, April
1973. 18 letters, with readers' comments
(1973‑1974), letter marked "2nd draft",
(with readers' comments (1974), letter trans‑
ferring "Open Contrast" file (1976) noting that
the article would be published in Speculum
20 "Open Contrast"
2 drafts, one labeled "Final Draft"
21 "Open Contrast"
3 sets of page proofs, one marked "corrected
22 "The Problem of Anachronism."
leter of transfer (1973) 2 drafts with University
of Virginia address (1 signed "Raymond J. Cormier
Jan. 1972") entitled: "The Problems of
Anachronism in the Romances of Antiquity." 2
drafts entitled: "The Problem of Anachronism:
Recent Scholarship on French Medieval Romances
of Antiquity (1 with Virginia address crossed
out, Temple University's written in; 1 signed
with Temple's address).
23 "The Problem of Anachronism."
3 letters (1971), with copy of panel for
Medival Section of SAMLA with Cormier presenting
"The Function of Anachronism in the Romances of
Antiquity." Draft and copy of untitled page on
anachronism, 4 Drafts: last 2 have Virginia
address; "1st draft" and "2", "3rd draft Reading
Version" has an abstract, last has "Function"
crossed out, "Problem" written in Copy of
24 "Remarks on 'The Tale of Deirdre and Noísi' and
the Tristan Legend.
Letter of transfer (1976), business card
forwarding materials to Templana‑Conwellana
Collection. 6 drafts (3 mss). Abstract. Draft
with title corrected to "Deirdriu" and "Noísiu"
and cover letter [3/22/76]
25 "Remarks on 'The Tale of Deirdriu and Noísiu' and
the Tristan Legend."
3 drafts: Reading Version Michigan Academy March
1976, "Next to Last draft," "Final Draft Accepted
by Etudes Celtiques July 1976 to appear early
26 "Remarks on 'The Tale of Deirdriu and Noísiu' and
the Tristan Legend."
12 letters (1976‑1977) with announcement and
program of Medieval Studies Section, Michigan
Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters (1976)
and readers' remarks. "Final Draft" 3 sets of
page proofs for Etudes Celtiques xv: 1(1977),
27 "Remarques Sur le Roman d'Enéas et l'Erec et
Énide de Chretien de Troyes"
4 drafts, 1 labeled "Final Draft"
28 "Remarques Sur le Roman d' Enéas... Chrétien de
10 letters (1974‑1977). 2 drafts, "2nd" and
"Next to Last." Copy from Revue des Lanques
Romanes (Montpellier) 82 (1976), pp. 85‑97.
29 "Le Roman d'Eneas et la Formation des Critères du
1 letter (1980). 5 drafts: 3 mss, 1 incomplete.
30 "Sources for the Trojans' Tent‑Fortress in the
5 letters (1977‑1979). Reprint, signed, from
Studi Mediolatini e Volgari, xxv (1977).
31 "Sur Deux Scènes d'embarras dans La Vie de
2 letters (1974) 6 drafts (3 with Virginia
address, 3 with Temple's). Copy of page proofs
from Les Lettres Romanes
32 "Survie Après Babel: I," "Survival After Babel:
1 letter (1975). 5 drafts of "Survie": 1st to
"Next to Last" and copy of Final draft," 4 drafts
of "Survival": 1st to "Next to Last" and copy of
"Final." Photocopy of "Survie," The New York
Times, October 15, 1975, p. 43, and of
"Survival," The New York Times, October 16, 1975,
3 drafts of "Disciplining the Mind": 1st, Next
to Last, and copy of Final, appearing as "Bicen
gift: a better language...", The Philadelphia
Inquirer, Nov. 7, 1975, p. 9‑A (photocopy).
33 "Babel" (1975)
36 letters concerning issues raised in "Babel"
articles and page with letters to Times editor
published October 25, 1975.
19 newspaper articles refering to "Babel", "Bicen
gift" or related issues. Copies of articles by
Cormier appearing in the Fort Worth Star Telegram
and Minneapolis Tribune.
34 "Babel" (1975)
Copy of article by Susan Perloff, "I Spent a Day
as a Foreigner in Philadelphia," The Philadelphia
Inquirer October 25, 1975, 1‑H, suggested by
35 "Babel" (1976)
13 letters, 12 articles including a copy of
Cormier, "Tongue‑Tied," Reader's Digest
Press Section (February 1976, p. 16) and a
press release from the Modern Language
Association of America.
36 "Babel" (1979)
6 articles, 2 newsletters, and 1 brochure on
teaching foreign languages.
37 "Toward Some Definitions of Courtly Literature."
letter transferring file, 1978. 3 drafts:
mss "Reading Version Holiday Inn, Athens, Ga.,
March 30‑31, 1977", "Draft no. 2 Dublin‑April‑May
1977", mdd, "Draft no. 3 Typed by Word Processing
Center ‑ TU Sept. 1977".
38 "Toward Some Definitions of Courtly Literature."
Drafts no. 4, 5, 6 (Final).
39 "Toward Some Definitions of Courtly Literature"
Copy of Presidential Address from Encomia II:
40 "Tristan and the Noble Lie."
22 letters (1972‑1975) with readers' remarks.
Mss. draft: "Duplicity in the Tristan Romance."
41 "Tristan and the Noble Lie"
letter of transfer [1974?] 6 drafts: 1 with
title "Duplicity in the Tristan Romance"
corrected to "Tristan and the Noble Lie" and
with Virginia address, another with Virginia
address, rest with Temple University address,
Department of French (another corrected to
French and Italian), 2 with "French and Italian".
Series 1b: Co‑Authored Articles
42 "Aimer, Souvenir, Souffrir: Les Chansons d'Amour
de Thibaut de Champagne," Martha Rowe Dolly and
Raymond J. Cormier
3 letters (1978‑1979). 1 set of page proofs and
1 incomplete set of proofs
43 "Aimer, Souvenir, Souffrir" by Dolly and Cormier
11 letters (1975‑1976). 3 pages of readers'
Comments (signed Ruth Hoffman?) Title page (2):
Martha Rowe Dolly, Dr. Cormier, July 3, 1975,
"Aimer, Souvenir, Souffrir: Les Chansons d'Amour
de Thebout de Champagne," with short
Bibliographie. Draft. 4 drafts of Appendice
III. First Proof.
44 "Aimer, Souvenir, Souffnir, Souffrir" by Dolly and
1 letter (1976). First draft.
45 "Aimer, Souvenir, Souffrir" by Dolly and Cormier.
Second and third drafts.
46 Fourth and Fifth drafts.
47 1 letter (1978). "Sixth and Final Draft. Romania
48 "La Plage de Robbe‑Grillet: Analyse Geometrique"
by Raymond J. Cormier, Mark Fishman, Daniel
25 letters (1973‑1978) with announcements of
Degré Second (Studies in Modern French Literature
‑Va M.I., Blacksburg, Va.) Nov. 1976."
Series 1c: Translated Articles
49 "Toward an Analysis of Certain Lais of Marie de
France," by Thomas D. Watts, Jr. and Raymond J.
19 letters (1973‑1974). 3 drafts, one marked
"Next to Last."
50 Translation of Roger Garaudy's Essay on Teilhard de
15 letters, 1 telegram and a note (1975‑1976), 3
drafts: mss, typed, copy, Garaudy's article and
2 related articles.
51 Translation of Bruce A. Rosenberg, "Folklore
Methodology and Medieval Literature."
6 letters (1977‑1978). 3 drafts: mss, typed and
mss, typed with address: "Celtic Library, Dublin
Institute for Advanced Studies." Copy of
Rosenberg's paper from The Folklore Institute,
Series 2: Book Reviews
52 Review of Richard Barber, The Figure of Arthur
8 letters (1973‑1974). 7 drafts: 3 mss. Copy
from Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale
Justificatif, xvii (Juillet 1974). 2 notes.
53 Review of J.L. Roland Bélanger, F.M.S., Damedieus:
The Religious Context of the French Epic.
Copy from Speculum, lii: 4 (October 1977)
Review of John Bugge, Virginitas: An Essay in the
History of a Medieval Ideal.
Copy from Cross Currents, xxvii: 2 (Summer 1977)
54 Review of Pierre Gallais, Genése du roman
occidental: Essais sur "Tristan et Iseut" et
son modéle persan.
5 drafts: 1 mss. Copy (signed) from Speculum
lii: 3 (July 1977)
55 Review of Robert W. Hanning, The Individual in
Twelfth‑Century Romance. Published in French
Copy signed and dated 27.x.78.
56 Review of Philip Pettit, The Concept of
Structuralism: A Critical Analysis.
12 letters (1976‑1978) 5 drafts (1 mss) and 1
incomplete. Pages from Contemporary French
Civilization, II: 1 (fall 1977)
57 Review of Alan R. Press, ed. Anthology of
Troubadour Lyric Poetry.
2 letters (1973), one accepting review for French
Review 47 (1973). Mss notes, draft, typed draft.
58 Review of Tradition et Innovation: Littérature et
8 letters (1976). 14 pages (mss) summarizing
articles in Tradition et Innovation, 1 mss, 3
59 Review of James Travis, Early Celtic Versecraft:
Origin, Development, Diffusion. Published in
1 letter (1975). 1st (mss), 2nd and Final drafts
60 Review of Courtly Literature for Encomia (1978).
33 letters and abstracts (1977‑1978). Draft
(mss) of review of J.L. Roland Belanger, F.M.S.,
Damedieus by R.J.C.
37 bibliographic cards.
13 letters (1977‑1979) with draft and printed
list of ICLS Officers for 1978. Announcement of
Anglo‑Burgundian Studies. Tentative Program for
ICLS Colloquium, 1978. Drafts of reviews;
Membership list for ICLS.
2 letters (1978). Drafts, notes for ICLS Special
Notice and Courtly Bibliography for 1976.
Draft of Encomia issue, II:1 (Spring 1978).
2 letters transferring Encomia files (1980).
Draft of "Recent Courtly Literature" by Raymond
J. Cormier for Encomia II: 2 (Fall 1979)
Series 3a: Books
65 "One Heart, One Mind: The Rebirth of Virgil's
in Medieval French Literature" Romance
Monographs, Inc. Number 3. University of
Mississippi, Romance Monographs, Inc., 1973.
66‑ "One Heart One Mind"
68 Draft (mss.), folders 66‑68.
Series 3b: Books Edited and Translated
69 "La Réception critique de l'oeuvre de Chrétien de
Troyes," fasc. v of Oeuvres et Critiques (Paris,
Draft and copy of form letter announcing the
book; draft and two copies (one signed) of
70 Oeuvres et Critiques
68 letters (1975‑1977), form letters sent to
colleagues inviting their participation and their
replies, correspondence with Oeuvres director;
drafts of form letters. Copy of guidelines for
Oeuvres publication, advertisement. List of
names and addresses.
71 Oeuvres et Critiques
Copy of Cormier's "A propos de quelques ouvrages
récents sur Chrétien de Troyes," to appear in
Oeuvres et Critiques, (withdrawn; under
72 Chrétien de Troyes, The Man and His Work by Jean
Frappier. Translated by Raymond J. Cormier
(Athens: Ohio University Press, 1982)
73 Jean Frappier
74 Voices of Conscience: Essays on Medieval
Modern French Literature in Memory of James
D. Powell and Rosemary Hodgins. Edited by
Raymond J. Cormier (Philadelphia: Temple
University Press, 1977)
Correspondence with potential contributors
(1974). Copy of "A Guide to Preparing Your
Manuscript for Demand Publishing," Xerox
75 Voices of Conscience
Correspondence with potential contributors (1974)
76 Voices of Conscience
Correspondence with potential contributors
reports and papers from editorial board members
on proposed essays (1974).
77‑ Voices of Conscience
79 Correspondence from potential contributors and
papers with remarks from readers (1974), folders
80 Voices of Conscience
Correspondence with Temple press, contributors
Newspaper clipping: "A.L.S.: A Baffler"?
81 Voices of Conscience
Correspondence (1976) announcing planned
publication sent to editorial board and authors
with table of contents.
Names and addresses.
82 Voices of Conscience
Publishing contract, catalog, form letter for
Address cards for authors, editorial borad
83 Voices of Conscience
Draft of various pages of book.
84‑ Voices of Conscience
87 Page Proofs with editorial markings, folders
88‑ Voices of Conscience
91 Second set of page proofs, folders 88‑91.
Series 3C: Books Co‑edited
92 Essays in Honor of Louis Francis Solano edited
by Raymond J. Cormier and Urban T. Holmes
(Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina
Series 4: Professional and Personal Activities (arranged
chronologically with Temple administrative
material and curriculum vita last)
93 "The High Roads and Low Roads of Life in Edinburgh
Scanned by Visiting Yank," Bridgeport Sunday Post
(March 18, 1973). Letter of transfer (1978)
Second, third, fourth and Final drafts and copy.
94 "Eulogy for Alan Dimock (1974)
Program with eulogy, September 15, 1974.
95 "Publish and Perish" (1976)
Copy and newspaper clipping of "letter to the
editor" of The New York Times, August 13, 1976,
in response to Don Harrell's article "Publish‑
or‑Perish‑I'm Out, and Glad," appearing in that
paper, August 12, 1976, p. 31‑C (copy), 3 letters
and 2 articles Cormier received in reply.
96 "Taping Drama at Temple" (1976)
4 drafts (1 mss) of Cormier, "Aucassin et
Nicolette, or The Joys of Staging a Medieval
Copy of article appearing in Ralph for Medieval‑
Renaissance Teaching, 3:3 (October 1976)
97 "Will She Be O.K., Doctor?" (1976)
16 letters, 1 draft (1976‑1977), 4 Cards with
addresses of family magazines. 4 drafts (1 mss)
of article published by "Philip Carter" in
Babytalk, an autobiographical account of
98 "Letter from Dublin: Chic Village" (1977)
3 letters (1977). 2 drafts and newspaper
clipping of article published as "What's right
(and wrong) with the Irish": An American View
of Us," by R.M. Carten, Sunday Independent
(Dublin, August 28, 1977), p. 12.
99 "The Dumb Dragon" (1978)
Letter of transfer (1979). 2 Drafts (mss and
typed) and copy of child's moral tale published
in The Sandpaper Letter v.1 (March 1978),
newsletter of Parents Association of the
Children's House, Gladwyne, Pa.
100 Address delivered at University of Bridgeport
Commencement Luncheon to honor R.J. Cormier,
Doctor of Letters, honoris causa, May 11, 1980.
Copy of Program. Draft, partial draft and copy
of Cormier's remarks.
101 Professional Activities at Temple
Travel Report, Raymond J. Cormier, September
3 letters, 1978‑1979, concerning Prof.
Cormier's promotion to full professor.
"The Sad‑Guru and the Happy Teacher, or
Kool‑Aid vs. Orange Juice" (post February 1979),
Annual Report, Department of French and
Italian, Raymond J. Cormier, May 28, 1980.
Mss. notes "First Person Award"
102 Curriculum Vita of Raymond J. Cormier, revised to
Bibliography of Raymond J. Cormier's Publications in Templana
One Heart One Mind: The Rebirth of Virgil's Hero in Medieval French Romance. Romance Monographs, Inc. Number 3. University of Mississippi, Romance Monographs, Inc., 1973. Signed by author.
Jean Frappier. Chrétien de Troyes, The Man and His Work. Translated by Raymond J. Cormier. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1982.
Voices of Conscience: Essays on Medieval and Modern French Literature in Memory of James D. Powell and Rosemary Hodgins. Edited by Raymond J. Cormier. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1977. Signed by editor.
Articles by Raymond J. Cormier (Except as Noted):
"Aimer, Souvenir, Souffrir: Les Chansons d'Amour de Thibaut de Champagne" by Martha Rowe Dolly and Raymond J. Cormier, Romania 99 (1978). Inscribed: "R.J. Cormier."
"Anonymity and Oralism in the Táin", Studia Celtica (1980) Photocopy.
"Bédier, Brother Robert and the Roman de Tristn", Études de Philologie Romane et d'Histoire Littéraire (1980). Inscribed: "3/81 Raymond J. Cormier."
"Bicen gift: a better language..." The Philadelphia
Inquirer, 9A (November 7, 1975). Photocopy.
"Comunalment and Soltaine in the Eneas," Romance Notes,
xiv: 1 (1972). Inscribed by the author
Review of Philip Pettit, The Concept of Structuralism: A
Critical Analysis, Contemporary French Civilization, II:1 (1977),
"Cú Chulainn and Yvain: The Love Hero in Early Irish and Old
French Literature," Studies in Philology, lxxii:2 (April 1975).
Inscribed by the author.
"Death by Stylus: A Note on the Roman de Flore et
Blancheleur," Romania, t. 96 (1975). 2 reprints, both
inscribed by the author.
Review of Early Celtic Versescraft: Origin, Development,
Diffusion by James Travis, Olifant 3:2 (December 1975).
"Early Irish Tradition and Memory of the Norsemen in The
Wooing of Emer," Studia Hibernica, 9 (1969).
2 reprints, both inscribed by the author.
Review of Richard Barber, The Figure of Arthur, Cahiers de
Civilisation Médiévale (Justificatif), xvii:19th, no. 2 (66),
(Juillet (1974). Inscribed by author.
"Folkloristes et Médiévistes Face au Texte Litteraire:
Problèmes de Méthode," Annales: Economies‑Sociétés‑
Civilisations, 5 (September‑October 1979).
"For Audio‑Lingual Classes: The Coda," The Modern Language
Journal, xlix:6 (October 1965). 2 issues of the MLJ, both
articles are inscribed by the author.
"Gleanings on the Manuscript Tradition of the Roman d'Eneas,"
Manuscripta, xviii (1974).
"Goronwy Owen in Colonial Virginia. Tom Peete Cross," edited
by Raymond J. Cormier, The Anglo‑Welsh Review, 27:60 (Spring
1978). Photocopy inscribed by the editor (R.J.C.)
Review of David Maskell, The Historical Epic in France,
1500‑1700, Clio, 7:3 (1978). Inscribed by R.J. Cormier.
"L'épopée irlandaise médiévale, anonyme et orale," viii
Congreso de la Société Rencesvals (1978).
"Open Contrast: Tristan and Diarmaid," Speculum Li:4
(October 1976). Inscribed by the author.
"La Plage de Robbe‑Grillet: Analyse Geometrique," by
Raymond Cormier, Mark Fishman, Daniel Morrs, Degrée Second,
2 (June 1978). Photocopy inscribed by R.J. Cormier.
"The Present State of Studies on the Roman d'Enéas,"
Cultura Neolatina, xxi (1971). Inscribed by the author.
"Professor Assails Lack of Foreign Language Skills,"
Times Chronicle, June 28, 1979.
"Recent Courtly Literature," Encomia, II:2 (fall, 1979).
"Remarks on `The Tale of Deirdriu and Noisiu' and the Tristan
Legend," Etudes Celtiques, sv:1 (1976‑1977). Inscribed by the
"Remarques sur le Roman d'Enéas et l'Erec et Enide de
Chretien de Troyes," Revue des Langues Romanes, Lxxxii (1976).
Inscribed by author.
Reviews in Speculum: Pierre Gallais, Genèse du roman
occidental: Essais sur "Tristan et Iseut" et son modèle persan.
Lii:3 (July 1977). Photocopy inscribed.
J.L. Roland Bélanger, F.M.S.:
Damedieus: The Religious Context of the French Epic. The
Loherain Cycle Viewed against Other Early French Epics. Lii:4
(October 1977). Photocopy.
Philippe Ménard, Le Rire et le
Sourire dans le Roman Courtois en France au Moyen Age. XLvi:1
(January 1971). 2 reprints, both inscribed.
"The Romance of Floire and Blanchelfleur: A Review," French Review, xLi:5 (April 1968). 2 reprints, both inscribed.
"Sestina," Quartet, II:9 (Winter 1965). 2 copies of issue.
"The Structure of the Roman d'Eneas," Classical Folia,
xxvi:1 (1972). Photocopy inscribed.
"Sur deux scènes d'embarras dans La Vie de Marianne," Les
Lettres Romanes, xxix (1975). Inscribed.
Review of Les Structures Fundamentales de L'Univers
Imaginaire Miltonien by Jean‑Francois Camé, Seventeenth Century
News, (Spring 1978). Issue is inscribed.
Review of Tradition et Innovation: Littérature et
Paralittérature. Actes du Congrès de Nancy, 1972,
Seventeenth Century News, xxxiv:4 (1976).
"Toward and Analysis of Certain Lais of Marie de France"
by Thomas D. Watts, Jr. and Raymond J. Cormier. Lingua e Stile,
ix:2 (Agosto 1974). Inscribed by R.J. Cormier.
"Tradition and Sources: The Jackson‑Loomis Controversy Re‑
examined," Folklore 83 (1972). 2 reprints, both inscribed.
"Tristan and the Noble Lie," Studies in the Humanities
"Wagner's Parsifal: Enquiry & Summary." Music Journal,
xxiv:4 (April 1966). Issue, article inscribed.