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The wife of Beith, reformed and corrected. : Giving an account of her death, and of her journey to heaven ; how, on the road, she fell in with Judas, who led her to the gate of hell, and what conversation she had with the Devil, who would not let her in: also, how at last she got to heaven, and the difficulties she encountered before she got admittance there. The whole being an allegorical dialogue, containing nothing but that which is recorded in scripture for our example. Preview this item
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The wife of Beith, reformed and corrected. : Giving an account of her death, and of her journey to heaven ; how, on the road, she fell in with Judas, who led her to the gate of hell, and what conversation she had with the Devil, who would not let her in: also, how at last she got to heaven, and the difficulties she encountered before she got admittance there. The whole being an allegorical dialogue, containing nothing but that which is recorded in scripture for our example.

Author: Geoffrey Chaucer
Publisher: Glasgow : Printed by J. and M. Robertson, MDCCXCV. [1795]
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
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Genre/Form: Poems
Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Geoffrey Chaucer
OCLC Number: 509240468
Notes: Based on the tale by Geoffrey Chaucer.
Reproduction of original from National Library of Scotland.
Description: 1 online resource (24 pages).
Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.
Other Titles: Canterbury tales.

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