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  1. “Englyssh Gaufride” and British Chaucer?: Chaucerian Allusions to the Condition of Wales in the House of Fame
  2. Simon Meecham-Jones
  3. pp. 1-24
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  1. “A Mooder He Hath, but Fader Hath He Noon”: Constructions of Genealogy in the Clerk’s Tale and the Man of Law’s Tale
  2. Angela Florschuetz
  3. pp. 25-60
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  1. Griselda’s Pagan Virtue
  2. Lynn Shutters
  3. pp. 61-83
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  1. Reading Griselda’s Smocks in the Clerk’s Tale
  2. Laura F. Hodges
  3. pp. 84-109
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  1. The “Viritoot” Crux in Chaucer’s Miller’s Tale
  2. Karl P. Wentersdorf
  3. pp. 110-113
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