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Index Abraham, D. H. 85n Adam 7n Adams, R. 85, 90n Alanus de Insulis Anticlaudianus 128 Alford, J. 93n Allan, J. B. ln, 6, 12, 119n Almachius 12 Ambrose 89n, 92 Amis 4, 14-17 Anna/es Londonienses 110n Apollo 7-10, 12, 13, 17, 18 Aquinas, St. Thomas 98, 99 Arcadia 7, 8, 14, 15, 20 Arthur, King 3, 16 Asti, Antoined' Elogedescriptifde la Ville de Paris 13ln, 132n Augustine, St. On Christian Doctrine 21 Bacchus 6 Bailly, Harry 2, 66, 67, 70, 81, 82, 100, 104, 106 Baker, D. C. 67n Baldwin, J. W. The Medieval Theories ofthe Just Price 99n Bale, John 154, 155 Baugh, A. C. 75n Beardsley, M. C. 23 Le Bel inconnu 74 Bennett, H. S. English Books and Readers 1475 � 1557 146n Bennett, J. A. W. Chaucer's "Book of Fame" 123n, 127 Benskin, M 63n Benson, L. D. 118 Bevis of Hampton 71, 76, 77, 79 Blades, W. The Biography and Typography of William Caxton, England's First Printer 142n Blake, N. F. Caxton and His World 135, 136, 140n, 142n, 143, 146n Bliss, A. J. 78n Blodgett, J. E. 42n Bloomfield, M. 107 Boccaccio, Giovanni The Corbaccio 2n; De viris illustribus 123n Bode, G. H. 6n Boethius, Consolation of Philosophy 10, 13, 17, 96, 97 The Book of Good Manners 146 Boyd, Beverly Chaucer According to William Caxton 140n, 14ln, 144n Bradshaw, H. 4ln, 100n, 118, 158 "Bradshaw Shift" 93n, 104, 106 Braswell, M. F. 123n, 129 Brewer, D. S. 62n, 86n, 101n, 109n Brigham, Nicholas 153, 154 Bromyard, J. Summa praedicanti­ um 92n, 99 Bronson, B. H. In Search of Chaucer 61 Brusendorff, A. The Chaucer Tradition 42n, 43 Bryan, W. F. 69n, 89n Burke, J. J. Jr. 25n, 86n, 105n Burrow, J. A Reading of Gawain and the Green Knight 90n Caie, G. D. 44n Capgrave, John 112 Cassell, A. K. 2n Caxton, William 135--48, 150n, 151, 152, 159, 162-64 Celia, Saint 4 Chaucer, Geoffrey ABC 96, 139n, 142, 144n Adam 142, 144n Anelida 139n, 140, 143-145 Balade of Complaint 142, 144n Book of the Duchess 7, 139n, 142 Boece 142, 164 Bukton 138n, 139n, 142, 143n, 144n Clerk's Tale 55n, 66 Complaynt d'Amours 139n, 142, 144n Canterbury Tales 16, 20, 81, 83, 283 STUDIES IN THE AGE OF CHAUCER 100n, 103, 104, 110, 115, 116, 119, 136, 141--43, 149n Fortune 138, 141, 144n, 145, 152 Former Age 142, 144n Franklin's Tale 71 Genti!esse 17, 138, 141, 142, 144n General Prologue 16, 19, 25-31, 84, 102, 115 House ofFame 96,121 passim,139n, 142, 144, 146n, 149n, 161 Knight's Tale 55n, 68, 71, 160 Lady, A complaint to his 142, 144n Legend ofGood Women 41,115,139n, 141, 142, 155n, 156n, 157, 160, 161-64 Prologue 41 Mars,Complaint of 139n, 142, 144n Melibee 96, 164 Merci/es Beaute 142, 144n Merchant's Tale 79 Miller's Tale 86, 87, 89, 117 Monk's Tale 82, 96 Man of Law's Prologue 96 Man ofLaw's Tale 68, 71,93n,97n, 100, l14, 142n, 160 Nun's Priest's Tale 27 Pardoner's Tale 111 Parson's Tale 5, 69n, 96, 163 Parliament of Fowls 12, 139n, 140, 144, 145, 149n, 160 Pity,Complaint unto 139n,142,144n Proverbs 139n, 142, 143n, 144n Prioress's Tale 56, 68, 75, 82 Purse, Complaint ofChaucer to 139n, 140, 144, 145, 152, 160 Retraction 163 Romaunt of the Rose 41 passim Rosamounde 142, 144n Reeve's Prologue 109 Reeve's Tale 86, 117, 156 Scogan, Envoy to 139n, 141, 144n, 145, 152, 157, 158 Shipman's Tale 85 passim Second Nun's Tale 68 Squire's Tale 71, 80n Stedfastnesse, Lak of 139n,142,143n, 144n Summoner's Tale 29, 111, 114 Troilus andCriseyde 6, 27, 55n, 71, 96,142,144,155n,156,157,161 284 Thopas 65 passim, 164 Truth 139n, 141, 144n, 145, 149n, 150n Venus,Complaint of 139, 142, 144n Wife of Bath's Prologue 1 passim, 89, 100n, 104 Wife of Bath's Tale l passim, 71, 80, 141 Womanly Noblesse 142, 144n Woman Unconstant, Against 142, 144n Charles d'Orleans 63n Chauntecler 12 Chesterton, G. K. 43...

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