: Van Eyck, Bruegel, Rubens, and Their Contemporaries
(University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008), pp. 22–3.
22 For an example of how these patterns of transmission and adaptation might work in practice, see Rory G. Critten, ‘The Secrees of Old
Philisoffres and John Lydgate’s Posthumous Reputation’, Journal of
the Early Book Society, 19 (2016), 31–64. This essay charts the passage
of the Secrees, which has traditionally been attributed to Lydgate,
across a variety of household contexts.