canttales/canonyeo/index.html: The Canon's Yeoman's Tale (general note). canttales/clerk/cup-psy.html: Apuleius, The Golden Ass: The Marriage of Cupid and Psyche; (Latin, tr. into Modern English) very distant analogue of Clerk's Tale. canttales/clerk/goodcom.html: The Goodman of Paris; (French, tr. into Modern English) (literary criticism) Comment on Petrarch's Tale of Griselda. canttales/clerk/goodleg.html: Goodman of Paris; example of an attempt to use a contract to control marriage; (French, tr. into Modern English) vague analogue to ClkT. canttales/clerk/index.html: Clerk's Tale (general note). canttales/cookt/index.html: The Cook's Tale (general note) canttales/franklin/index.html: The Franklin's Tale (general note). canttales/franklin/marriage.html: Kittredge's discussion of the "Marriage Group" (MP 9 (1911-12); critical study. canttales/frt/admin.html: Caesarius of Heisterbach, Dialogue of Miracles; Of an administrator, etc.; (Latin, tr. into Modern English) analogue of Friar's Tale. canttales/frt/index.html: The Friar's Tale (general note). canttales/frt/lanc-sum.html: Chronicle of Lanercost: An avaricious Archdeacon; (Latin, tr. into Modern English) analogue of Friars' Prologue. canttales/gp/becket.html: The Martyrdom of Thomas à Becket. canttales/gp/berynpro.html: Prologue to the Tale of Beryn canttales/gp/gp-add.html: Spring (general note on motif in GP). canttales/gp/harley27.html: Anon., Harley 27; (Middle English, glossed) courtly religious lyric. canttales/gp/headnote.html: A preliminary note (to the syllabus) canttales/gp/index.html: The General Prologue (general note) canttales/gp/pilgrim.html: >E.T. Donaldson, "Chaucer the Pilgrim"; critical study canttales/gp/thebepro.html: John Lygate, The Siege of Thebes, Prologue; (Middle English, glossed) imitation of GP. canttales/knight/crane-kt.htm: Susan Crane, "Medieval Romance and Feminine Difference in The Knight's Tale"; critical study. canttales/knight/elles-ms.html: Ellesmere Manuscript; general note canttales/knight/index.html: The Knight's Tale (general note) canttales/knight/ktsum.html: Summary of the Knight's Tale canttales/knight/statius.html: Publius Papinius Statius ("Stace") (general note). canttales/manct/index.html: The Manciple's Tale (general note). canttales/manct/magpie.html: Anon., The Merchant and his Magpie; (French, tr. into Modern English) analogue of Manciple's Tale. canttales/manolaw/index.html: The Man of Law's Tale; general note. canttales/melibee/good-mel.html: The Goodman of Paris; (French, tr. into Modern English) comments on the story of Melibee. canttales/melibee/index.html: The Tale of Melibee (general note) canttales/mert/blindman.html: A blind man and his wife (from Caxton's Fables; Analogue for Merchant's Tale). canttales/mert/index.html: The Merchant's Tale (general note). canttales/mert/man-wife.html: The Rich Man and his Wife; Italian, tr. in Modern English; (analogue to Merchant's Tale) canttales/mert/rom-marr.html: Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun (Clopinel), Roman de la rose; (French, tr. into Modern English) discussion of marriage. canttales/milt/fairmaid.html: Anon,, Fair Maid of Ribbesdale (a Harley Lyric); (Middle English, glosssed) analogue of the MilT. canttales/milt/hansachs.html: Hans Sachs, The Smith in the Kneading Tub; (German, tr. into Modern English) analogue to MilT. canttales/milt/index.html: The Miller's Tale; general note canttales/milt/milt-new.htm: canttales/milt/milt-new.htm: canttales/milt/morlini.html: <TITLE> Girolamo Morlini, Novellae: The Monk who Prophesied an Earthquake; (Latin, tr. into Modern English) analogue of the MilT. canttales/milt/noah.html: Anon., The Townley (Wakefield) Play of Noah; (Middle English, glossed); popular drama. canttales/milt/oldhogyn.html: Anon., Old Hogyn's Adventure; (Middle English, glossed) 15th Century Ballad; analogue of MilT. canttales/milt/viola.html: Masuccio Salernitano (1420-1500), Novellino; Viola and her Lovers; (Italian, tr. into Modern English) analogue of the MilT. canttales/monkt/index.html: The Monk's Tale (general note). canttales/monkt/rom-trag.html: Guillaume de Loris and Jean de Meun, The Romance of the Rose; Tragedies of Fortune (Nero and Croesus); (French, tr. into Modern English) analogue of MonkT. canttales/nunspri/index.html: The Nun's Priest's Tale (general note). canttales/nunspri/mari-fox.html: Marie de France, Fable of the Cock and the Fox; (French, tr. into Modern English by W.W. Skeat) analogue of NPT. canttales/nunspri/renart.html: Anon., Roman de Renart: How Reynard captured Chanticleer; (French, summarized in Modern English); analogue of NPT canttales/pardt/dben-not.htm: Notes to C. David Benson, "Chaucer's Pardoner" canttales/pardt/fals-sem.html: Jean de Meun, The Romance of the Rose: Fals-Semblant's Speech; (French, tr. into Modern English). canttales/pardt/gre-note.htm: Notes to Richard F. Green, "The Sexual Normality of Chaucer's Pardoner" canttales/pardt/index.html: The Pardoner's Prologue and Tale (general note). canttales/pardt/kitt-par.html: George Lyman Kittredge, "Chaucer's Pardoner"; critical study. (/TITLE> canttales/pardt/pard-ana.html: Anon., Novelle; (Italian, summarized in Modern English) Analogues of PardT. canttales/pardt/pard-cdb.htm: C. David Benson, "Chaucer's Pardoner: His Sexuality and Modern critics; critical study canttales/pardt/pard-gre.htm: Richard F. Green, "The Sexual Normality of Chaucer's Pardoner"; critical study. canttales/pardt/pat-not1.htm: Notes to Patterson, Chaucerian Confession." canttales/pardt/pat-pard.htm: Lee W. Patterson. "Chaucerian Confession"; critical study (Pardoner) canttales/pardt/pearpard.htm: canttales/pardt/pearpard.htm: Derek Pearsall, "Chaucer's Pardoner and the Death of a canttales/pardt/pnotes1.html: <TITLE> Notes to Pearsall, "Chaucer's Pardoner" canttales/parson/index.html: The Parson's Tale (general note). canttales/physt/index.html: The Physician's Tale (general note). canttales/physt/livy-vir.html: Livy, History of Appius and Virginia; (Latin, tr. into Modern English) analogue of PhysT. canttales/physt/rom-virg.html: Jean de Meun, The Romance of the Rose: Tale of Virginia (French, tr. into Modern English) analogue of PhsT. canttales/priort/index.html: The Prioress's Tale (general note). canttales/priort/pri-anal.html: Anon., "Boy Murdered in Paris," (Vernon Ms); (Middle English, modernized) analogue of PriT. canttales/rvt/dialect1.html: Note on Middle English dialects: Selection from The Second Shepherds' Play; <Middle Emnglish, glossed) illustrating Northern Dialect as in RvT. canttales/rvt/dialect2.html: Note on Middle English dialects; Ranulph Higden (Latin, tr. into Middle English by John Trevisa) (Middle English, glosssed). canttales/rvt/index.html: The Reeve's Tale (general note) canttales/secnun/cec-name.html: William Caxton, Golden Legend, The Life of Saint Cecilia (1483); Interpretation of the name "Cecilia"; (Late Middle English, modernized) analogue of SNT. canttales/secnun/cecilia.html: William Caxton, Golden Legend: The Life of Saint Cecilia; (Late Middle English, modernized) analogue of SNT. canttales/secnun/index.html: The Second Nun's Tale (general note). canttales/shipt/index.html: The Shipman's Tale (general note). canttales/shipt/silver.html: Albert H. Silverman, "Sex and Money in Chaucer's Shipman's Tale, Critical study. canttales/sirthop/ch-hocpt.html: Hoccleve's Chaucer portrait canttales/sirthop/ch-port.htm: The Harvard Portrait of Chaucer canttales/sirthop/elles-por.htm: The Ellesmere Portrait of Chaucer canttales/sirthop/index.html: Sir Thopas (general note). canttales/sirthop/totten.html: Anon., Tournament of Tottenham (Middle English, modernized) mock romance; analogue of SirThop. canttales/squiret/index.html: The Squire's Tale (general note). canttales/squiret/spens-sq.html: Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, Cantos II and IV; (archaic Modern English, glossed) Continuation of the Squire's Tale. canttales/sumt/fals-sem.html: Jean de Meun (Clopinel), The Romance of the Rose: Fals-Semblant's "Confession"; (French, tr. into Modern English); analogue of SumT. canttales/sumt/fri-heav.html: Caesarius of Heisterbach, Dialogue of Miracles: The Friars in Heaven; (Latin, tr. into Modern English); analogue of SumT. canttales/sumt/index.html: The Summoner's Prologue and Tale (general note). canttales/wbpro/carrnote.htm: Notes to Carruthers, "Wife of Bath and the Painting of Lions." canttales/wbpro/carruth.htm: Mary Caruthers, "The Wife of Bath and the Painting of Lions"; critical study. canttales/wbpro/index.html: The Wife of Bath's Prologue (general note). canttales/wbpro/jer-men.html: St.Jerome, Against Jovinianus -- Book I: "Why Men Should not Marry"; (Latin, tr. into Modern English) analogue of WBPro. canttales/wbpro/jer-pag.html: St.Jerome, Against Jovinianus, Book I "Chastity Among the Pagans"; (Latin, tr. into Modern English) analogue of WBPro. canttales/wbpro/jer-theo.html: St.Jerome, Against Jovinianus , Book I: "Theophrastus, Golden Book"; (Latin, tr. into Modern English) analogue of WBPro. canttales/wbpro/jerome.html: St.Jerome, Against Jovinianus: Book I (Selections); (Latin, tr. into Modern English) analogue of WBPro. canttales/wbpro/oviddips.html: Ovid, Amores, I.viii: "The Bawd Dipsas"; (Latin, tr. into Modern English) analogue of WBPro. canttales/wbpro/rom-duen.html: Jean de Meun, The Romance of the Rose: The Duenna's Speech; (French, tr. into Modern English) analogue of WBPro. canttales/wbt/dante-co.html: Dante Alighieri, Canzone, Tractate IV; (Italian, tr. into Modern English) (true nobility) analogue of WBT. canttales/wbt/index.html: The Wife of Bath's Tale (general note). canttales/wbt/ovid-mid.html: Ovid's Tale of Midas; (tr. into modern English), relevant to Wife of Bath's Tale.