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Author: D W Robertson, Jr.; Zea E-Books,
Publisher: Lincoln, Nebraska : Zea Books, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Uncollected essays.
Lincoln, Nebraska : Zea Books, 2017
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: D W Robertson, Jr.; Zea E-Books,
ISBN: 9781609621131 1609621131
OCLC Number: 1017738438
Notes: Essays written between 1945 and 1991.
Description: xix, 489 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Buzones, an Alternative Etymology--The Manuel des Péchés and an English Episcopal Decree--Correspondence --
The Manuel des Péchés --
A Note on the Classical Origin of 'Circumstances' in the Medieval Confessional --
A Study of Certain Aspects of the Cultural Tradition of 'Handlyng Synne' --
The Cultural Tradition of Handlyng Synne --
Marie de France, Lais, Prologue, 13-16 --
Cumhthach Labhras an Lonsa --
Chaucerian Tragedy --
St. Foy among the Thorns --
Amors de terra lonhdana --
The Subject of the De Amore of Andreas Capellanus --
Why the Devil Wears Green --
A Further Note on Conjointure --
The Book of the Duchess --
Chaucer Criticism --
"And for my land thus hastow mordred me?" Land Tenure, the Cloth Industry, and the Wife of Bath --
Chaucer and the "Commune Profit": The Manor --
The Intellectual, Artistic and Historical Context --
Religion and Stylistic History --
Simple Signs from Everyday Life in Chaucer --
Chaucer and Christian Tradition --
The Wife of Bath and Midas --
The Probable Date and Purpose of Chaucer's Troilus --
Who Were "The People"? --
Chaucer and the Economic and Social Consequences of the Plague --
The Probable Date and Purpose of Chaucer's Knight's Tale --
The Physician's Comic Tale --
Wisdom and "The Manciple's Tale": A Chaucerian Comic Interlude.
Responsibility: D.W. Robertson, Jr. ; with a foreword by Paul A. Olson.

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