Poetry: An Anthology for the Modern Reader

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Ronald Press Company, 1958 - 1001 pages
Part II: Commentary. Chaucer's language: The sounds of Middle English ; The parts of speech in Middle English ; Chaucer's versification. -- Chaucer's life -- "The Canterbury Tales": The general prologue ; The pilgrims ; The Knight's tale ; The Miller's tale ; The Reeve's tale ; The introduction to the Cook's tale ; The introduction to the Man of Law's tale ; The epilogue to the Man of Law's tale ; The Wife of Bath's prologue ; The Wife of Bath's tale ; The introduction to the Friar's tale ; The Clerk's tale ; The Merchant's tale ; The epilogue to the Merchant's tale ; The Franklin's tale ; The introduction to the Pardoner's tale ; The Pardoner's prologue and epilogue ; The Pardoner's tale ; The Shipman's tale ; The Prioress' tale ; The tale of Sir Thopas ; Epilogue to the tale of Sir Thopas ; The Monk's tale ; The Nun Priest's tale ; The second Nun's tale ; The introduction to the Canon's Yeoman's tale ; The introduction to the Manciple's tale ; The introduction to the Parson's tale ; Chaucer's retraction. -- Minor poems: The book of the duchess ; The house of fame ; The parliament of fowls ; The legend of good women ; Short poems: An alphabetical hymn to the Virgin Mary ; Merciless beauty ; To Rosamond ; Complaint to his purse ; To his scribe Adam ; Envoy to Bukton ; Envoy to Scogan ; Lack of steadfastness ; Gentilesse ; Truth. -- "Troilus and Criseide".

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