Studies on Chaucer and His Audience

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INDEX
Alanus de Insulis: De Planctu Naturæ, 53-54, 57, 64- 65
Albion, 90
Ambrosian Liturgy, 45, 86
Anne, Queen, 17, 31, 34, 79
Aristotle, 25
Arnolfo di Cambio, 39
Arundel, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, 99
Ayenbite of Inwit, 74
Bacon, Roger, 24
Baldeswelle, Richard, 36
Beauchamp, Sir William, 36
Bell, R., 49
Beaufort, Joan, 18
Blanche, duchess of Lancaster, 23, 93
Boccaccio, Giovanni: Teseide, 62
Boethius, 47; De Consolatio Philosophiæ, 56
Bohun, Humphrey de, earl of Hereford, 102
Bonaventura of Padua, Cardinal, 34
Book of Kells, 50
Book of the Eagle, 101. See also Merlin
Brembre, Sir Nicholas, 22, 84-85
Bridlington, prophecies of, 102
Brown, C., 29
Brut, The, 95, 101
Brutus, legendary founder of Britain, 90, 94-96, 103, 105,110
Bury St. Edmunds, 34-36
Canterbury Cathedral, 81
Cadwaladr, last king of Britain, 96, 103
Cavallini: fresco, 39
Cefalu: mosaics, 50
Charles VI of France, 79
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 23, 36-37, 86, 89; Astrolabe., 36; "Balade de Bon Conseyl," 21; Book of the Duchess,

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 7
  • Contents 11
  • Table of Plates 13
  • Acknowledgments 15
  • Chapter I - Introduction 17
  • Chapter II - "Hir Hous the Chirche Of Seinte Cecilie Highte" 29
  • Chapter III - "The Pekok with His Aungels Fetheres Bryghte" 49
  • Chapter IV - "Allas Custaunce Thow Nast No Champioun" 67
  • Chapter V - "O Conquerour of Brutes Albyon" 89
  • Chapter VI - Conclusion 107
  • Notes 113
  • Index 121
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