…Revel and Youth in The Cook’s Tale and
The Tale of Gamelyn *
By DONNACRAWFORD (Virginia State University)
The Tale of Gamelyn is notoriously violent…
…Gamelyn and the Editing of the
Canterbury Tales”, p. 52.
Shippey) that a copy of Gamelyn may have been among Chaucer’s papers at the
…, 1987), with citations given parenthetically in the text, by Fragment
and line number.
ween the two is instead articulated through the…
…they are not a single holding and are extensive enough for each
brother to have at least a knight’s fee”, p. 459.
…Mason Bradbury, Writing Aloud, p. 43.
– serves as a reminder of the potentially deadly consequences of violence. Yet
one of the ways…
…. Manly and Rickert go on to observe,
“It is in harmony with the view that the supervisor of Ha 4 was responsible for
the possibility that…