Folger call number: PR1875.E84 B57 2006
Folger holdings ID: 236239
Includes bibliographical references (p. -256) and index
Fellowship and detraction in the architecture of the Canterbury tales : from 'The general prologue' and 'The knight's tale' to 'The parson's prologue' -- Credulity and vision : 'The miller's tale', 'The merchant's tale', 'The wife of Bath's tale' -- Sex and lust : 'The merchant's tale', 'The reeve's tale', and other Tales -- The ethics of sufficiency : 'The man of law's introduction' and 'Tale'; 'The shipman's tale' -- Liberality : 'The wife of Bath's prologue' and 'Tale' and 'The Franklin's tale' -- Problems of patience : 'The Franklin's tale', 'The clerk's tale', 'The nun's priest's tale' -- Men, women, and moral jurisdiction : 'The friar's tale', 'The physician's tale', and the pardoner -- Proprieties of work and speech : 'The second nun's prologue' and 'Tale', 'The canon's yeoman's prologue' and 'Tale', 'The manciple's prologue' and 'Tale', and 'The parson's prologue'
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subject: Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400