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Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400.
Specimens of all the accessible unprinted manuscripts of the Canterbury tales.
London, Pub. for the Chaucer Society by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1892-1902
|Named Person:||Geoffrey Chaucer; Geoffrey Chaucer|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Geoffrey Chaucer; Julius Zupitza; John Koch; Frederick James Furnivall
|Notes:||Parts I-IV have separate title-pages and paging; pts. V and VIII, and VI and VII are paged continuously; pt. IX was issued with a t.p. combining pts. VI, VII, and VIII, with IX (the introduction) which has roman paging only. Part VIII, however, belongs with pt. V.
Parts IV and V are numbered First series, LXXXVIII and XCII on verso of t.p., but XC and XCI on cover, evidently correctly.
Pt. IX: Introduction by Prof. John Koch to [the specimens of the Clerk's tale and head-link] 1902.
|Description:||9 pts. in 2 volumes 23 x 29 cm.|
|Contents:||The Doctor-Pardoner link, and Pardoner's prologue and tale, ed. by Julius Zupitza: pt. I: Seven mss. (The Dd. group) 1892. pt. II: Ten mss. (several small groups) 1892. pt. III: Six mss. (Corpus group)  pt. IV: Seventeen mss. with an introduction by John Koch. 1897. pt. V, put forth by F.J. Furnivall: A six-text, -three mss., and three prints from mss. ... with an introduction by Prof. John Koch, a supplement, the prologue and tale from the paper ms. of the College of Physicians, London, and a reproduction of Mr. Paul Hardy's pen-and-ink drawing of "The yard of the Tabard inn" ... 1898. The Clerk's tale and head-link (from mss. that haven't the Pardoner's tale) Put forth by F.J. Furnivall ... pt. VI: Six mss.  pt. VII: put forth by F.J. Furnivall: Two mss.  pt. VIII: Second supplement to the Six-text Pardoner's prologue and tale ... put forth by F.J. Furnivall ... with an introduction by Prof. John Koch. .|
|Series Title:||Chaucer Society. [Publications] First series. 81, 85-86, 90-94, 97|