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Troilus and Criseyde' : a Reader's Guide.

Author: Jenni Nuttall
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
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A scene-by-scene reader's guide to Geoffrey Chaucer's Trojan War poem specifically designed for student readers.
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Nuttall, Jenni.
Troilus and Criseyde' : A Reader's Guide.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, ©2012
Named Person: Geoffrey Chaucer
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jenni Nuttall
ISBN: 9781139518192 1139518194 9781139030915 1139030914 9781139514699 1139514695
OCLC Number: 796383835
Description: 1 online resource (218 pages)
Contents: Cover; TROILUS AND CRISEYDE: A READER'S GUIDE; Title; Copyright; Contents; Textboxes; Acknowledgements; Introduction; SOURCES AND BACKGROUND; HOW TO USE THIS READER'S GUIDE; Book I; LINES 1 TO 56: THE POEM'S SUBJECT AND PURPOSE, AND PRAYERS; LINES 57 TO 154: CALCHAS, CRISEYDE AND THE FATE OF TROY; LINES 155 TO 357: TROILUS FALLS IN LOVE; (i) Lines 155 to 205: Criseyde and Troilus in the temple; (ii) Lines 206 to 266: an apostrophe; (iii) Lines 267 to 357: Troilus falls in love; LINES 358 TO 546: TROILUS PRACTISES THE ART OF LOVE; (i) Lines 358 to 388: Troilus's beginning. (Ii) Lines 389 to 420: Troilus's song(iii) Lines 421 to 504: the effects of love; (iv) Lines 505 to 546: Troilus's complaint; LINES 547 TO 1092: PANDARUS VISITS TROILUS; (i) Lines 547 to 616: the obligations of friendship; (ii) Lines 617 to 760: Pandarus's proverbs and examples; (iii) Lines 761 to 833: Troilus changes his mind; (iv) Lines 834 to 854: the nature of Fortune; (v) Lines 855 to 903: Criseyde's virtues; (vi) Lines 904 to 1008: Troilus's repentance and Pandarus's advice; (vii) Lines 1009 to 1092: Troilus's fears and Pandarus's plotting; Book II; LINES 1 TO 49: THE PROEM. LINES 50 TO 595: PANDARUS VISITS CRISEYDE(i) Lines 50 to 108: signs and omens; (ii) Lines 109 to 207: news of Hector and Troilus; (iii) Lines 208 to 252: Pandarus's and Criseyde's confidences; (iv) Lines 253 to 314: Pandarus's preamble; (v) Lines 315 to 406: Pandarus reveals and pressures; (vi) Lines 407 to 497: Criseyde's response; (vii) Lines 498 to 595: Troilus overheard; LINES 596 TO 931: CRISEYDE FALLS IN LOVE; (i) Lines 596 to 686: the first coincidence: Troilus rides by; (ii) Lines 687 to 812: Criseyde contemplates the matter. (Iii) Lines 813 to 903: the second coincidence: Antigone's song(iv) Lines 904 to 931: Criseyde's dream; LINES 932 TO 1302: AN EXCHANGE OF LETTERS; (i) Lines 932 to 1001: Pandarus reports back; (ii) Lines 1002 to 1092: Troilus's letter; (iii) Lines 1093 to 1179: Pandarus delivers the letter; (iv) Lines 1180 to 1246: Criseyde writes a reply; (v) Lines 1247 to 1302: Troilus rides by again; LINES 1303 TO 1351: TROILUS'S DESIRE GROWS; LINES 1352 TO 1757: THE MEETING AT DEIPHEBUS'S PALACE; (i) Lines 1352 to 1393: Pandarus suggests a meeting. (Ii) Lines 1394 to 1491: Pandarus visits Deiphebus and Criseyde(iii) Lines 1492 to 1554: preparing Troilus; (iv) Lines 1555 to 1596: dinner at Deiphebus's palace; (v) Lines 1597 to 1666: Pandarus takes charge; (vi) Lines 1667 to 1708: Helen and Deiphebus visit Troilus; (vii) Lines 1709 to 1757: Criseyde enters the bedchamber; Book III; LINES 1 TO 49: THE PROEM; LINES 50 TO 231: THE MEETING AT DEIPHEBUS'S PALACE (CONTINUED); (i) Lines 50 to 190: the first meeting; (ii) Lines 191 to 231: the meeting ends; LINES 232 TO 420: PANDARUS AND TROILUS DISCUSS DISCRETION.

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An essential reader's guide specifically designed for students of English Literature studying Geoffrey Chaucer's Middle English poem set in the Trojan War. This guide covers the entire text in short  Read more...

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