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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400.
Poetical works of Geoffrey Chaucer.
London : W. Pickering, 1845
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Geoffrey Chaucer; Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Sir; Thomas Tyrwhitt; Bruce Rogers; Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)
|Notes:||Sometimes called the "Nicolas" edition.
The text of the Canterbury tales is from Tyrwhitt's edition 1775-78, the other texts from the Chiswick Chaucer, 1822.
|Description:||6 volumes : portrait ; 17 cm.|
|Contents:||v. 1. Memoir of Chaucer, by Sir Harris Nicolas. Essay on the language and versification of Chaucer, by T. Tyrwhitt. An introductory discourse to the Canterbury tales, by T. Tyrwhitt.--
v. 2-3. The Canterbury tales.--v. 4. The romaunt of the rose. Troilus and Creseide.--v. 5. Troilus ands Creseide (continued) The legend of good women. A goodly ballade of Chaucer. The booke of the Dutchesse; or, The death of Blanch; commonly entitled Chaucer's dream. The assembly of foules.--v. 6. Of Queen Annelida and false Arcite. The complaint of the Black Knight. A praise of women. The house of fame. The complaint of Mars and Venus. Of the cuckow and the nightingale. The court of love. Chaucer's dream. The flower and the leaf. Minor poems.
|Series Title:||Aldine edition of the British poets.|
|Responsibility:||with memoir by Sir Harris Nicolas.|