A Golden Age of English Poetry
Edited By Gerald Morgan
Abbreviations Chaucer’s Works Anel. Anelida and Arcite BD The Book of the Duchess FranT Franklin’s Tale GP General Prologue HF The House of Fame KnT Knight’s Tale LGW Legend of Good Women MancT Manciple’s Tale PF The Parliament of Fowls Retr. Retraction TC Troilus and Criseyde I refer to the Canterbury Tales by A, B, C, etc. and italicise individual tales, e.g. the Knight’s Tale. I recognise the merit of I, II, III, etc. and the Knight’s Tale. I am here simply following my own long-established practice, but I assume that there are in reality only eight and not ten fragments. Sources and Works of Reference Aen. Aeneid Havely N.R. Havely (trans.), Chaucer’s Boccaccio: Sources of ‘Troilus’ and the ‘Knight’s’ and ‘Franklin’s Tales’, Chaucer Studies V (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 1980) x Abbreviations McCoy Bernadette Marie McCoy (trans.), The Book of Theseus: ‘Teseida delle Nozze d’Emilia’ by Giovanni Boccaccio (New York: Medieval Text Association, 1974) MED Middle English Dictionary, edited by Hans Kurath, Sherman M. Kuhn, Robert E. Lewis and others, 13 vols (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1952–2001) ODNB Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, edited by H.C.G. Matthew and Brian Harrison, 60 vols (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004) PL Patrologia Latina, edited by J-P. Migne, 217 vols (Paris, 1844–1855) PPl Piers Plowman RR Le Roman de la rose RT Le Roman de Thèbes SGGK Sir Gawain and the Green Knight ST Summa theologiae Tes. Teseida Theb. Thebaid Journals and Series ANQ American Notes and Queries CFMA...
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