Chaucer's Pilgrims: An Historical Guide to the Pilgrims in the Canterbury Tales

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CHAUCER'S PILGRIMS

An Historical Guide
to the Pilgrims in
The Canterbury Tales

Edited by LAURA C. LAMBDIN and ROBERT T. LAMBDIN

PRAEGER

Westport, Connecticut

London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Chapter 1 - A Knyght Ther Was Michael A. Calabrese 1
  • Chapter 2 - A Yong Squier 14
  • Chapter 3 - A Yeman Had He 27
  • References 36
  • Chapter 4 - Ther Was Also a Nonne, a Prioresse 38
  • References 46
  • Chapter 5 - Another Nonne with Hire Hadde She 47
  • References 53
  • Chapter 6 - And Preestes Thre 55
  • References 66
  • Chapter 7 - A Monk Ther Was, a Fair for the Maistrie 69
  • References 79
  • Chapter 8 - A Frere Ther Was, a Wantowne and a Meryee 80
  • References 91
  • Chapter 9 - A Marchant was ther with a Forked Berd 93
  • References 106
  • Chapter 10 - A Clerk Ther Was of Oxenford Also 108
  • References 114
  • Chapter 11 - A Sergeant of the Lawe, War and Wyse 116
  • References 132
  • Chapter 12 - A Frankeleyn Was in His Compaignye 135
  • References 143
  • Chapter 13 - An Haberdasher . . 145
  • References 152
  • Chapter 14 - . . . and a Carpenter . . . 154
  • Chapter 15 - . . . A Webbe . . . 170
  • References 178
  • Chapter 16 - A Dyere 180
  • Chapter 17 - . . . and a Tapycer 192
  • Chapter 18 - A Cook They Had with Hem for the Nones 199
  • References 208
  • Chapter 19 - A Shipman Ther Was, Wonynge Fer by Weste 210
  • References 219
  • Chapter 20 - With us Ther Was a Doctour of Phisik 220
  • References 240
  • Chapter 21 - A Good Wive Was Ther of Biside Bath 243
  • References 254
  • Chapter 22 - And Was a Povre Persoun of a Toun 256
  • References 262
  • Chapter 23 - With Hym Ther Was a Plowman, Was His Brother 263
  • References 269
  • Chapter 24 - The Millere Was a Stout Carl for the Nones 271
  • Chapter 25 - A Gentil Maunciple Was Ther of a Temple 281
  • References 287
  • Chapter 26 - The Reve Was a Sclendre Colerik Man 288
  • References 298
  • Chapter 27 - A Sumonour Was Ther with Us in That Place 300
  • References 312
  • Chapter 28 - With Hym Ther Rood a Gentil Pardoner 314
  • Chapter 29 - Harry Bailly: Chaucer's Innkeeper 324
  • References 338
  • Chapter 30 - I Demed Hym Som Chanoun for to Be 340
  • References 355
  • Chapter 31 - His Yeman Eek Was Ful of Curteisye 357
  • References 367
  • Chapter 32 - What Man Artow?: The Narrator as Writer and Pilgrim 369
  • References 384
  • Selected Bibliography 385
  • Index 391
  • About the Editors and Contributors 395
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