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Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989: 75-93.
[fall of Troy as fall of pagan
Robert P. "Criseyde's Infidelity and the Moral of the Troilus."
Speculum 44 (July 1969): 383-402.
Anna Bruni Seldis (trans.). Giovanni Boccaccio: Il Filostrato.
New York, 1986. "Introduction."
Elizabeth. "Declarations of 'Entente' in Troilus and
Criseyde." The Chaucer Review 25.3 (1991): 190-213.[intention; deception; English language]
Atwood, Elmer Bagby. "English
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The History of Troy in Middle
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Troiae" in Medieval England. Totowa, N. J.: Rowman and
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accepted during the late Middle Ages as the authentic history of the
fall of Troy" (Antonelli: 84)]
"Prudence, Othea and Lydgate's death
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Troilus and False Cressid: The Descent from Tragedy. In The
European Tragedy of Troilus. Ed. Piero Boitani. Oxford: Clarendon
Press, 1989: 153-170.
Berry, Craig A. "The
king's business: negotiating chivalry in Troilus and Criseyde." The
Chaucer Review 26.3 (1992): 236-65. [chivalry; courts & courtiers]
Morton W. "Distance and Predestination in Troilus and Criseyde."
PMLA 72 (1957): 14-26. Rpt. in Chaucer Criticism II:
Troilus and Criseyde and the Minor Poems. Eds. Richard J. Schoeck
and Jerome Taylor. Notre Dame: Indiana. 1961: 196-210.
"Virgilian tragedy and Troilus." The Chaucer Review 24.3
(1990): 211-18. [causation in literature]
Boethius. The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy. Trans. by H. F. Stewart, E. K. Rand and S. J. Tester. Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1973.
ed. Chaucer and the Italian
Trecento. Cambridge, 1983.
English Medieval Narrative in the
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The European Tragedy of Troilus. Oxford, 1989. [excellent]
and Jill Mann, eds. The
Cambridge Chaucer Companion. Cambridge, 1986.
Bowers, John M.
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Expansion and Transformation of Courtly Literature. Ed. Nathaniel
B. Smith and Joseph T. Snow. Selected papers from the Second Triennial
Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society. Athens,
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"Comedy and Tragedy in Troilus and Criseyde." The European
Tragedy of Troilus. Ed. Piero Boitani.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989: 95-109.
H., Jr. "A separate peace: Chaucer and the Troilus of
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(Oct. '84): 492-508. [Troilus as legendary; argues "Chaucer probably
did not use any of Dictys' materials."]
Calabrese, Michael A.
Chaucer's Ovidian arts of love. Gainesville: University Press of
Jennifer. "Figuring Criseyde's "Entente": Authority, Narrative,
and Chaucer's Use of History." The Chaucer Review 27.4 (1993):
342-58. [literature and history; authority; point of view; women in
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[Information on the myth of Troilus.]
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Peter. "Troilus and Criseyde: The Problems of Love and
Necessity." Chaucer Review Vol. 9 No. 4 (1975): 285-96
Conlee, John W.
"The Meaning of Troilus' Ascension to the Eighth Sphere." Chaucer
Review Vol. 7 (1972): 27-36.
Cope, Jackson I.
"Chaucer, Venus and the "Seventhe Spere,""
Modern Language Notes
67 (1952): 245-6.
Crampton, Georgia Ronan.
"Action and Passion in Chaucer's Troilus." Medium AEvum
43.1 (1974): 22-36.[on topos of action and suffering; Troilus suffers
and reflects; Pandarus acts; Criseyde does some of each]
and the Mediaeval Sciences; 2nd Edition. Oxford, 1960.
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Criseyde and the Minor Poems. Eds. Richard Schoeck and Jerome
Taylor. Notre Dame, Indiana.: University of Notre Dame Press, 1961:
Dean, James M. "Chaucer's
Troilus, Boccaccio's Filostrato, and the poetics of closure."
Quarterly Vol. 64 (Spring '85): 175-84. [argues that the narrator
changes like everyone else in the poem, thus ending makes sense when
he too rejects earthly love]
Denomy, Alexander, J., C. S. B. "The Two Moralities of Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde." Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada. Vol. XLIV, Ser. III, sec. 2 (June, 1950): 35-46. Rpt. in
Chaucer Criticism II: 147-59.
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Chaucerian Problems and Perspectives. Eds. Edward Vasta and Zacharias P. Thundy. Notre Dame, Indiana, 1979.
"The Ending of 'Troilus.'" In Speaking of
Chaucer by E. Talbot Donaldson. N. Y.: W. W. Norton, 1970:
84-101. [includes "The Myth of Courtly
Drake, Gertrude C. "The Moon and Venus: Troilus's Havens in Eternity."
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"Chaucer and the Medieval Latin Poets." In Geoffrey
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Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1974: 154-83.
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Fleming, John V.
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Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1990.
"Deiphoebus betrayed: Virgilian decorum, Chaucerian feminism." The
Chaucer Review 21.2 (1986): 182-99.[feminism; betrayal; truth]
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Love and War in Troilus and
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Benoit de Sainte-Maure, Giovanni Boccacio,Geoffrey Chaucer
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"Criseyde's inner debate: the dialectic of enamorment in the
Filostrato and the Troilus," Studies in Philology
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"Chaucer's Monk's Tale: An Ingenious Criticism of Early Humanist
Conceptions of Tragedy," Humanistica Lovaniensia 36 (1987):
44-70. [A good recent discussion of the De Casibus
tragedy which tells how the mighty are fallen, which "dominates
the notions of tragedy in English from Chaucer's time to the
end of the sixteenth century. It is sometimes called
Gothic Tragedy." Derek Brewer, p. 100 in "Comedy and Tragedy in
Troilus in Boitani, European Troilus.]
"The Center of Troilus and Criseyde."
The Chaucer Review 9.4 (Spring 1975): 297-301.
Elizabeth R. "Chaucer and the Psychology of Fear: Troilus in Book
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was in Italy]
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Kearney, Milo and Mimosa Schraer.
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Robert M. "The Alliterative Morte Arthure, the Concept of
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-------. Lydgate's Troy Book.
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McCall, John P.
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------"Troilus on Predestination,"
Journal of English and
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chapter 2, "Troilus
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Payne, F. Anne. Chaucer and
Menippean Satire. Madison: University of
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and "Freedom in T&C"]
Pearsall, Derek. John Lydgate. Routledge
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Fowler & John Norton-Smith.
Reale, Nancy M.
"'Bitwixen game and ernest': Troilus and Criseyde as a post-Boccaccian
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-------. A Preface to
Chaucer: Studies in Medieval Perspective.
Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press.1962.
Third Princeton Univ. Press Paperback Printing 1973.[Chapter V., "Some Medieval Doctrines of Love," which goes from
critiquing Andreas to Chaucer's T&C; questions the concept of
S. "Playful Fortune and Chaucer's Criseyde." Chaucer
Review 15.3 (1981): 209-23.
Richard J., and Taylor, Jerome Eds. Chaucer Criticism
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Indiana,1961.[a major collection of essays of interest]
C. "The psychic struggle of the narrative ego in the conclusion of
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Geoffrey T."Religion and
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-------. "Troilus and Criseyde."
In Chaucer and
Chaucerians. Ed. D. S. Brewer. Alabama: University of Alabama Press. 1966. Rpt.
in Chaucer and His Contemporaries: Essays on Medieval
Literature and Thought. Ed. and Intro. by Helaine Newstead.
Literature and Ideas Series. Gen. Ed. Irving Howe. New York:
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Spearing, A. C.
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C. The song of Troilus: lyric authority in the medieval
book. Philadelphia: University of
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Richard J. Schoeck and Jerome Taylor. Notre Dame, Ind., 1961:
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Wack, Mary F. Lovesickness in the Middle Ages. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990.
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scholarship on T&C; sections on sources, stars, freedom, and ending]
"Chaucer and Astrology." In Companion to Chaucer Studies.
Ed. Beryl Rowland. 1968. Rev. ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 1979: 202-220.
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(c) Diane Thompson : 8/25/1998; updated: