John Lane"s continuation of Chaucer"s "Squire"s tale."

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Pub. for the Chaucer Society by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., Limited , London
Chaucer, Geoffrey, d.
StatementEd. from the original ms. version of 1616, Douce 170, collated with its ms. revision of 1630, Ashmole 53, by Fredk. J. Furnivall ... With notes On the magical elements in Chaucer"s "Squire"s tale," and analogues, by W.A. Clouston ...
SeriesChaucer society. [Publications], 2d ser. 23, 26
ContributionsChaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400., Furnivall, Frederick James, 1825-1910, ed., Clouston, W. A. 1843-1896., Austin, Thomas.
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LC ClassificationsPR1901 .A3 no. 23, 24
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 480 p.
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Open LibraryOL6620633M
LC Control Number19019009
OCLC/WorldCa15872929

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Other poets did attempt to complete the half told story: the Elizabethan John Lane's Continuation of Chaucer's Squire's Tale, ed. F.J. Furnivall, Ch Soc. Sec. Ser, 23, 26,(2 vols) [Widener26] is very long and not very good. Much more successful is the continuation by Edmund Spenser in Books III and IV of The Fairy Queen.

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Clouston. John Lanes Continuation of Chaucers Squires Tale. in by james. "The Squire's Tale" is a tale in Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury is unfinished, perhaps deliberately, and comes first in group F, followed by the Franklin's interruption, prologue and tale.

The Squire is the Knight's son, a novice warrior and lover with more enthusiasm than experience. His tale is an epic romance, which, if completed, would probably have been longer than rest of the.

Menu Button. main page. John Lanes Continuation of Chaucers Squires Tale. Spenser’s continuation of The Squire’s Tale raises many questions about his relationship to, and imitation of Chaucer. Page from The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer Spenser uses the term “’Dan’ an archaic title of respect derived from Latin dominus [which] is otherwise used by Spenser only of classical gods and heros” (Hamilton.

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by Frederick James Furnivall, contrib. by W. A. Clouston and Thomas Austin multiple formats at Google; US access only.The tale may be a fragment because Chaucer never finished the tale or because the later section of the tale was lost in the manuscripts from which the Canterbury Tales were taken.

And yet, the Franklin’s interruption comes at a point which suggests that the Squire’s Tale might be one of Chaucer’s many trick interrupted-endings (see, for.