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A Balade of Complaint

Compleyne ne koude, ne might myn herte never, My peynes halve, ne what torment I have, Though that I sholde […]

13. THE SQUIRE’S TALE

Introduction “Squire, come nearer, if your will it be, Say something about love, for certainly You know as much of […]

6. THE MAN OF LAW’S TALE

Introduction and Prologue 1 Oure Hooste saugh wel that the brighte sonne 2 The ark of his artificial day hath […]

19. THE TALE OF MELIBEE

967 A yong man called ibeus, myghty and riche, bigat upon his wyf, that called was Prudence, 967 A a […]

Gentilesse

The firste fader and findere of gentilesse, What man desireth gentil for to be Most folwe his traas, and alle […]

11. CHAUCER’S ENVOY

Griselda’s dead, her patience, too, long since Both buried in some far Italian vale. And so I cry in open […]

12. THE SQUIRE’S TALE

Introduction 1 “Squier, com neer, if it youre wille be, 2 And sey somwhat of love, for certes ye 3 […]

1. GENERAL PROLOGUE

When April’s gentle rains have pierced the drought Of March right to the root, and bathed each sprout Through every […]

24. THE NUN’S PRIEST’S TALE

Prologue “Whoa!” said the Knight, “good sir, that’s quite enough! You’ve said what there’s to say about such stuff And […]

18. THE SKIPPER’S TALE

One time in Saint Denis a merchant dwelled And he was well to do, for which men held Him wise. […]

12. THE MERCHANT’S TALE

Prologue “Of weeping, wailing, care and other plight I know enough each morning, noon, and night,” The Merchant said, “and […]

21. TALE OF SIR TOPAZ

Prologue Merry Words of the Host to Chaucer This miracle, when told, made every man So sober that it was […]

Truth

Fle fro the pres, and dwelle with sothefastnesse, Suffise thin owen thing, thei it be smal; For hord hath hate, […]

20. THE MONK’S TALE

Prologue 1889 Whan ended was my tale of Melibee, 1890 And of Prudence and hire benignytee, 1891 Oure Hooste seyde, […]

Fortune

This wrecched worldes transmutacioun, As wele or wo, now povre and now honour, Withouten ordre or wys discrecioun Governed is […]

6. THE MAN OF LAW’S TALE

Introduction Words of the Host to the Company Our Host saw that the brightly shining sun Through artificial day’s arc […]

8. THE FRIAR’S TALE

Prologue 1265 This worthy lymytour, this noble Frere, 1266 He made alwey a maner louryng chiere 1267 Upon the Somonour, […]

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