Includes bibliographical references (pages 185-229) and index.
K.P. Clarke explores how Chaucer's work was affected by the tradition of commentary on or glossing of vernacular poetry, and how this context affected the layout and therefore the reading of texts within specific manuscripts. He seeks to understand Chaucer's Italian sources, as they were read by Chaucer himself.
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