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Title Page, Copyright

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Introduction

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pp. v-vi

That the poet John Gower was a major literary figure in England at the close of the fourteenth century is no longer in question. Scholarly attention paid to him and his work over the past twenty-five years has redeemed Gower from an undeserved obscurity imposed by the preceding two hundred. The facts of his life and career are now documented, and recent critical assessment has placed his...

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Guide to the Concordance

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pp. vii-ix

The base text for this concordance is the edition of G. C. Macaulay, now commonly treated as the standard scholarly version. The editors have made no independent attempt to provide different readings where manuscript inconsistencies exist, although line variants included by Macaulay, and all orthographical alternatives are recorded (the latter are set off...

Abbreviations

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p. x

A

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pp. 1-66

B

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pp. 66-97

C

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pp. 97-176

D

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pp. 176-273

E

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pp. 273-328

F

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pp. 328-389

G

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pp. 389-416

H

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pp. 416-434

I

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pp. 434-440

J

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pp. 440-455

K

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p. 455

L

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pp. 455-478

M

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pp. 478-537

N

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pp. 537-554

O

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pp. 554-582

P

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pp. 582-684

Q

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pp. 684-702

R

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pp. 702-738

S

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pp. 738-798

T

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pp. 798-839

U

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pp. 839-842

V

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pp. 842-898

W

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p. 898

X

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p. 898

Y

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pp. 898-900

Z

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p. 900