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Chaucer, Langland, Arthur: essays in Middle English literature,
by Alfred L. Kellogg.
imprint
New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, [1972]
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xiii, 385 p. : illus. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0813506832:
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New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, [1972]
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0813506832:
contents note
Brityna, a new character in Geoffrey of Monmouth's British book (with R. A. Caldwell)--The location of the Green Chapel in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.--Malory and color symbolism: two notes on his translation of the Queste del St. Graal.--Satan, Langland, and the north.--Langland and two scriptural texts.--Langland's Canes muti: the paradox of reform.--Amatory psychology and amatory frustration in the interpretation of the Book of the duchess.--Chaucer's St. Valentine: a conjecture (with R. C. Cox)--How Dares collaborated with Dictys (with W. B. Wigginton)--Chaucer's May 3 and its contexts (with R. C. Cox)--On the tradition of Troilus's vision of the little earth.--Chaucer's satire of the pardoner (with L. A. Haselmayer)--An Augustinian interpretation of Chaucer's Pardoner.--The Friar's tale, line 1314.--The fraternal kiss in the Summoner's tale.--The evolution of the Clerk's tale: a study in connotation.--Susannah and the Merchant's tale.--"Seith Moyses by the devel": a problem in the Parson's tale.--St. Augustine and the Parson's tale.--Chaucer's self-portrait and Dante's.
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3564957
 
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