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"Dunciad."

"Dyer."

"E.K."

"Earthly Paradise" (William Morris).

Edward III.

Edwards, Richard.

Elizabethan drama.

English novel.

"Envoy to Bukton."

"Envoy to Scogan."

"Fables" (Dryden).

"Fairy Queen" (Spenser).

Filostrato (Boccaccio).

Flanders.

Fletcher.

Florence.

"Flower and the Leaf."

France and England.

Francis of Assisi.

Franciscans.

"Franklin's Tale."
the "Franklin."

French literary influences.

"Friar's Tale."
the "Friar."

Froissart.

Genoa.

German criticism.

Gerson.

Gisors, Henry.

Gloucester, Humphrey Duke of.

Gloucester, Thomas Duke of.

Goethe.

Goldsmith.

"Good Counsel of Chaucer."

Gower.

Great Schism.

Greene.

Grey Friars.

Grisseldis, The tale of.

Hallam.

Hatcham, Surrey.

Hawes.

Hawkwood, Sir John.

Henry III.

Henry IV.

Henry V.

Henryson.

Heptameron.

"Hero and Leander" (Marlowe).

Herrick.

Heyroom, Thomas.

Heywood, John.

Homer.

Horne, Mr. R.

"Host," the (Master Harry Bailly).

"House of Fame."

Hugh of Lincoln, legend of.

"Imitation of Christ."

Inner Temple.

Inquisition.

"Interludes" (Heywood).

Italian literary influence.

James I, King of Scotland.

Jason.

John, King of England.

John, King of Bohemia.

John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster.

John of Trevisa.

Jonson, Ben.

Katharine, Duchess of Lancaster.

Kent, county of.

"King's Quair, The."

"Knight's Tale."
the "Knight."

Kynaston, Sir Francis.

Lamb, Charles.

"Lamech."

Lancaster, House of.

Lancaster, Henry, Duke of.

Langland.

"Legend of Ariadne."

"Legend of Good Women."

"Legend of the Saints of Cupid."

Leland.

"Lieutenant Bardolph."

"Life of Saint Cecelia."

"Limitour."

Lollardry.

London.

Longfellow.

Lorris, Guillaume de.

"Love of Palamon and Arcite."

Lydgate.

Lyndsay, Sir David.

Machault.

Madame Eglantine. See "Prioress."

"Man of Law's Tale."
the "Man of Law."

"Manciple's Tale."
the "Manciple."

Marlowe.

Marot, Clement.

Mary Magdalene, homily on.

Medea.

Mendicant Orders.

"Merchant's Tale."
the "Merchant."

"Merry Wives of Windsor."

Metrical Romances of thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.

Meung, Jean de.

Middleton.

"Midsummer Night's Dream."

Milan.

"Miller's Tale."
the "Miller."

Milton.

Minorities.

Minot, Lawrence.

Miracle Plays.

Monastic Orders.

"Monk's Tale."
the "Monk."

"Mort d'Arthure."

Nash.

Nicholas, Sir Harris.

Norwich, Bishop of.

"Nun's Priest's Tale."

Occleve.

"On Perpetual Virginity" (St. Jerome).

"On the Astrolabe."

"Oratio Gallfridi Chaucer."

Ovid.

Oxford.

Padua.

"Palace of Honour" (Gawin Douglas).

"Palamon and Arcite."
tragedy by R. Edwards.

"Pandarus."

"Pardoner's Tale."
the "Pardoner."

Paris.
University of.

Parliament.

"Parson's Tale."
the "Parson."

"Pastime of Pleasure" (Hawes).

Patient Grissel.
"Patient Grissel" (play).

Peasant Insurrection.

Pedro, Don.

"Pentamerone."

"Perkyn Revellour."

Pestilences in fourteenth century.

Petrarch.

"Phantasus."

Philippa, Queen.

"Phillis."

Philpot, John.

"Ploughman."

Pole, William de la.

Pope.

"Praise of Women."

Prayer of Chaucer."

"Prioress" (Madame Eglantine).

"Prologue to the Canterbury Tales."

Puttenham, George.

"Queen Anelida and the false Arcite."

"Reeve's Tale."
the "Reeve."

Reformation, The.

Renascence.

"Rhyme of Sir Thopas."

Richard II.

Richardson.

Roet, Sir Paon de.

"Roman de la Rose."

"Romaunt of the Rose" (translation by Chaucer of "Roman de la Rose").

Rome, Church of.

Ronsard.

"Rosa Anglia."

Sainte-Maur, Benoit.

St. Jerome.

Salisbury, Countess of.

"Scipio."

Scogan, Henry.

Scottish heirs of Chaucer.

"Second Nun's Tale."

Seneca.

"Seven Wise Masters."

Shakspere.

"Shepherd's Calendar."

Sheridan.

"Ship of Fools."

"Shipman."

Sidney, Sir Philip.

"Sir Thomas Norray" (Dunbar).

Skelton.

Southern Road.

Speght.

Spenser.

"Squire's Tale."
the "Squire."

Statute of Provisors.

"Story of Thebes."

Strode, Ralph.

Sudbury, Archbishop.

Suffolk, Michael de la Pole, Earl of.

"Summoner."

Surrey.

Swynford, Sir Hugh.

Tabard Inn.

"Tale of Meliboeus."

"Tarquin."

"Temple of Fame" (Pope).

"Temple of Glass" (Lydgate).

"Teseide" (Boccaccio).

"Testament of Cressid" (Henryson).

"Thisbe."

Thynne, William.

Tieck, Ludwig.

"Tityrus."

Tombstone, Chaucer's.

"Tottel's Miscellany."

"Troilus and Cressid."

"Troy-book" (Lydgate).

"Tullius."

"Two Noble Kinsmen."

Tyrwhitt.

Ugolino, Story of.

Ulster, Elizabeth Countess of.

Universities.

Virgil.

Visconti, Bernardo.

"Vision concerning Piers Plowman."

"Vows of the Heron."

"Vox Clamantis" (Gower).

"Webbe."

Westminster.

"Wife of Bath's Tale."
the "Wife of Bath."

William of Wykeham.

"Words unto his own Scrivener."

Wordsworth.

Wyatt.

Wyclif.

Wycliffism: was Chaucer a Wycliffite?

Yerdely, Adam.

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