Authors > Verse > Geoffrey Chaucer
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O little booke, thou art so unconning, / How darst thou put thyself in prees for dred?
Flower and the Leaf. L. 591.
Geoffrey
Chaucer
Geoffrey Chaucer
 
WORKS
 
The Complete Poetical Works
Skeat’s expert editorship of the epitome of the Age of Chivalry reinvigorates the birth of the English language.
 
Bartlett’s Chaucer Quotations
Epitomal selections by John Bartlett.
 
Chaucer Similes
 
 
ANTHOLOGIZED SELECTIONS
 
The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales: Lines 1–200; Lines 201–400; Lines 401–600; Lines 601–800; Lines 801–858; The Nun’s Priest’s Tale: Lines 1–200; Lines 201–400; Lines 401–637; Balade; Love Unfeigned; Merciles Beaute; Preface to the Treatise on the Astrolabe; Description of Hell
 
 
WRITINGS ABOUT CHAUCER
 
Geoffrey Chaucer
Chapter by George Saintsbury with bibliography from the Cambridge History of English Literature.
 
Critical Introduction
Entry by W. P. Ker from English Prose.



 
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