ePub Index of proper names and subjects to Chaucer's Canterbury tales;: Together with comparisons and similes, metaphors and proverbs, maxims, etc., in the same download
by Hiram Corson
1400-Concordances, Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400. Pub. for the Chaucer Society by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & C. New York: H. Frowde, 1911, for the issue of 1884.
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Author: Corson, Hiram, 1828-1911. Subject: Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400. Author: Skeat, Walter W. (Walter William), 1835-1912 ed. Note: Pub. and by and New York, H.
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The Pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer are the main characters in the framing narrative of the book. In addition, they can be considered as characters of the framing narrative the Host, who travels with the pilgrims, the Canon, and the fictive Geoffrey Chaucer, the teller of the tale of Sir Thopas (who might be considered distinct from the Chaucerian narrator, who is in turn somewhat divorced from Chaucer the author).
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Chaucer may have taken both text and attribution from Burley, or he may have known a manuscript of Gerard’s translation which had the text in the form quoted by Burley. Book Of The Duchesse. The Canterbury Tales. Troilus and Criseyde. The Parliament of Birds. Both versions of the maxim are reflected in the English proverbial tradition, alongside other proverbs on the instructive nature of other people’s mistakes (Whiting A118, M170).
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