The Epilog of Chaucer's "Troilus"

John S. P. Tatlock
Modern Philology
Vol. 18, No. 12 (Apr., 1921), pp. 625-659
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    p. 626
  • 1
    This reference contains 25 citations:
    • Words to Adam
    • K.T., 2062-64
    • T.C., III, 726
    • Pard. T., 585
    • Scene of the Frankl
    • T. Visited (Chaucer Soc., 1914, p. 36)
    • p. 641
    • I, 32-33, 450
    • II, 30, 917
    • III, 495, 499, 1330 ff.
    • IV, 799-803
    • V, 1032, 1796-97
    • T.C. (I, 15 ff., 436
    • II, 19-21
    • III, 1319-20, 1333)
    • H.F., 248, 628, 667-68
    • L.G.W., 1167
    • P.F., 8-11
    • Professor Kittredge ("Chaucer's Lollius," Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, XXVIII, 66-67)
    • Biblioteca de Autores Españoles, LI (Madrid, 1860), 233-34
    • Alfred's Preface to the Cura Pastoralis
    • Táin bó Cúalgne (ed. by Windisch, p. 911)
    • xxii, 18, 19
    • R. K. Root (Textual Tradition of Chaucer's Troilus, Ch. Soc., 1916, pp. 245-48)
    • 11. 1866-67 ("Trine vnite vs from oure crue 1 foone Defende," in MSS Harl. 3943 and Rawl.)
  • 1
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Paradiso, XIV, 28-30.
    • Purgatorio, XI, 2
    • Boccaccio's Filostrato, II, 41
    • De Gen. Deorum, XV, 9 ([eighth ed.; Basle, 1532], p. 394
    • Romanic Review, X, 274 ff
    • B.D., Mars, P.F.
  • 2
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Tristia ii. 1
    • Ex Ponto ii. 7
    • Tristia iii. 1
    • Amores ii. 15
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • (Horace Sat. i. 10. 100)
    • Propertius Eleg. iii. 23. 23
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Zingerle, Martial's Ovid-Studien (Innsbruck, 1877), pp. 1 ff., 27
    • H. M. Stephenson, Selected Epigrams of Martial (London, 1907), p. 181
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    • iii. 2
    • iv. 86, 89
    • vii. 97
    • viii. 72
    • x. 104
    • xii. 3 (F. G. Schneidewin, Leipzig, 1881)
    • Grandgent, Dante (New York, 1916), p. 238
    • Sandys, Hist. Class. Scholarship (Cambridge, 1903-8), II, 6, 13
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    • "O Thebai" (xii. 811-16)
    • Joseph of Exeter in the twelfth century, among whose chief models were Statius and Ovid, dismisses his De bello Trojano with (vi. 961) "Vive, liber, liberque vige."
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    • Scheler's Trouvères belges du XIIe au XIVe siècle (Brussels, 1876), I, 77, 121
    • ibid., I, 83, 104, 106, 124, 136, 149
    • II, 101, 105
    • Paul Meyer, Bibl. de l'école des Chartes, 6 série, III, 149, 158
    • Les plus anciens chansonniers français (led. Brakelmann) Ausg. u. Abh., XCIV, 4, 25, 40-53
    • Ausg. u. Abh., XCVIII, 40, 100
    • passim
    • Gesellschaft für rom. Litt., V, 142, 145
  • 3
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • D'Ancona and Bacci's Manuale (I, 61, 115)
    • D'Ancona and Comparetti, Antiche Rime Volgari, I, xxxviii
    • Scelta di Curiosità, CLXXXV, 55, 63, 64
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Vita Nuova, Ballata 1, canzoni 1 and 3
    • Convivio, canzoni 1-3
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Edition of Dresden, 1774
    • Part I, Canzoni 1, 2, 4-6, 8-10, 12, 15-18, 20, 21
    • Part II, Canzoni 1, 3-5, and p. 428
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Magheri-Moutier edition, XVI, 107, 110, 114, 121, 125, 129
    • Decam., IV, 10
  • 1
    p. 638
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ibid., VI, 199, 200.
    • Ovid's Tristia i. 1 (and of Dante's Inferno, XX, 21)
  • 3
    V, 255.
  • 4
    viii. 376.
  • 5
    Ed. Augsburg (1544), p. 273.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Criseyde (II, 1091-92)
    • envoi of the Filostrato (IX, 5)
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    This reference contains 61 citations:
    • Schick, Lydgate's Temple of Glas [E.E.T.S., 1891], p. 122)
    • Hoccleve (Regement of Princes, end, Tale of Jonathas, end, Balade to the Duke of York, 1. 1)
    • Caxton (Book of Curtesye, end [E.E.T.S.]
    • Hist. of Reynard the Fox, end, ed. by Goldsmid, II, 120)
    • Schick, op. cit.
    • Lydgate's Black Knight
    • Wallace (Sc. Text Soc., XI, 1451, 1453)
    • Spenser in the Epithalamion ("Song .... .")
    • Bunyan in the poem preceding Part II of Pilgrim's Progress
    • Inferno, IV, 82-102 (M.L.N., XXIX, 97)
    • Boccaccio's Filocolo (Young, Story of T. and C., 178-79
    • Teseide, XII, 85
    • H.F., 1455 ff.
    • Boccaccio's AmorosaVisione, V, 7 ff.
    • E. Moore, Studies in Dante, I, 6
    • Anglia, XIV, 237
    • Comparetti, Vergil in the Middle Ages, p. 79
    • "poete" in B.D., 54, Boethius, I, m. 1, III, p. 12, m. 12
    • H.F., 1483, 1499
    • Mel., 2686
    • Merch. T., 1732
    • "poetical" in Boethius, I, p. 1
    • "poetrye" in T.C. V., 1855
    • H.F, 1001, 1478
    • Sq. T., 206
    • V, 1790
    • Troilus (V, 1854-55)
    • Monk's T., 3650
    • W.B.T., 1125
    • Cl. Prol., 31, 33
    • Adam, 4
    • T.C. V., 1788
    • L.G.W., B-Prol., 188, 413, 538, 573, 579, 614, 618, 929, 2136
    • L.G. W., B-Prol., 69, 74
    • Venus, 82
    • R.R., 41
    • V, 1789-90
    • Troy Book, II, 5934
    • Boccace, p. 455
    • Epistolario di C.S., ed. by F. Novati, Istituto Storico Italiano [Rome, 1905], IV, 177
    • Invect. contra Medicum, Book I, p. 1205 [Basle, 1554]
    • Boccaccio (De Gen. Deor., XIV, 10, 11, 19, 22
    • XV. 6
    • XV, 6
    • Epistolario III, 228
    • Venus, 82
    • T.C., V, 1856
    • M.L. Prol., 77 ff.
    • Sir Th., 2087-90
    • N.P.T., 4402
    • R.R., 39
    • B.D., 334
    • L.G.W., 329, 441, 470
    • Mch. T., 2032
    • Langlois, Origines et sources du R.R., pp. 172-73
    • Professor Lounsbury, Studies in Ch., II, 234
    • "Chaucer's Lollius," Harv. Studies in Class. Phil., XXVIII, 61 ff.
    • Prol. 325
    • M.L.P. 57
    • L.G.W. 364, 366, 437, 549
    • Milton's L'Allegro and Il Penseroso
  • 1
    This reference contains 7 citations:
    • Catullus, No. 1
    • Ovid Amores i, prefatory epigram
    • Tristia iv. 1
    • Martial, prose Preface to Epigrams
    • Martial vii. 11, 17
    • Bridge and Lake, Select Epigrams of Martial [Oxford, 1906], p. xxiii)
    • Epig. vi. 1
  • 2
    Memorials of St. Dunstan (Rolls Ser., 1874), pp. 1-2
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Schick, Lydgate's Temple of Glas, p. 123
    • Caxton's edition (1483) of the English prose version (ed. K. I. Cust; London, 1859), p. 81
  • 2
    Vol. XV, pp. 200, 201.
  • 3
    Ibid., p. 10.
  • 4
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Pp. 2, 272
    • T.C., V, 1856-57
    • pp. 652 ff
  • 5
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Pp. 352, 401.
    • Hortis, Opere Latine di Boc. caccio [Trieste, 1879], p. 158
    • Koerting, Boccaccio's L. u. W. [Leipzig, 1880], pp. 719-21
    • Hauvette, Boccace, p. 415
    • O. Hecker, Boccaccio-Funde, p. 134
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    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • (Hortis, p. 292)
    • Liber de Montibus, p. 503
    • Boccaccio's De Casibus
    • (Hortis, p. 740)
    • Schick, Lydgate's Temple of Glas, p. 122
  • 2
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Troilus (III, 1328-36, see p. 639
    • Kittredge, Date of Chaucer's Troilus (Ch. Soc., 1909), pp. 40-41
    • Tatlock, Devel. and Chron., p. xi
    • Brown, Modern Philology, IX, 12-16
    • E. P. Hammond, Ch., a Bibl. Manual, pp. 315-16
    • Chaucer's Truth in MS Fairfax 16
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    This reference contains 12 citations:
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    • Lydgate's Troy Book, V, 3482
    • Hoccleve's Balade to the Duke of York, 11. 44 ff.
    • Caxton's History of Reynard the Fox (ed. Goldsmid, II, 120)
    • Eneydos, requesting Skelton's and others' corrections (E.E. T.S., pp. 3, 4)
    • Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye (ed. Sommer, I, 7)
    • Book of Curtesye, (E.E.T.S., end)
    • Golden Legend, prologue
    • History of Jason
    • Lyndesay's Monarchie, 11, 116-17
    • Montaigne's Essais, I, chap. 56
    • Ros's Belle Dame sans Merci (Oxford Chaucer, VII)
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    This reference contains 7 citations:
    • Chaucer's Truth, 17, 19
    • Boethius, De Cons. Phil. i, p. 5
    • Roman de la Rose, 5015 ff.
    • Ormulum, 7491
    • Orosius' Historiae adversum Paganos, V, 2
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    p. 645
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    • I, 43-9
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    • II, 27-49
    • II, 365-80
  • 1
    Root, Textual Tradition of Chaucer's Troilus (Ch. Soc., 1916), 157, 250.
  • 1
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    • Merch. T., 2350-51
    • ibid., 2362-63
    • Prol., 725-42
    • Mill. Prol., 3169-86
    • Manc. T., 205-11
    • H.F., I, 245-48
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    • Ayres in Romanic Rev., X, 9-10
    • [V, 1854-55]
    • Franklin's Tale
    • V, 302 ff., cremation, "pleyes palestral,"
    • Virgil Aen. xi. 7-8
    • Oenone's letter to Paris (i. 652-58
    • Ovid's Heroides
    • V, 311
    • V, 892
    • V, 897-99
    • IV, 1544-45
    • V, 319
    • Lounsbury, Studies in Chaucer, III, 365 ff.
    • II, 22-25
    • V, 1797-98
    • Scene of the Fkl. T. Visited, p. 36
    • Jacques Milet wrote his drama- tized Istoire de la Destruction de Troye la Grant
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    • Devel. and Chronol., p. 5
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    • IV, 1397-1411
    • Aucassin et Nicolette
    • Guido's Historia (Strassburg, 1489, sig.I3ro)
    • Statius' Thebaid (III, 661)
    • Guido, sig.E4vo
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    1489 edition, sig.Euvo, 13ro, etc.
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    • Fil., I, 81
    • III, 1600
    • III, 56
    • IV, 1188
    • IV, 120
    • IV, 1208
    • IV, 123
    • T.C., I, 859, 878
    • II, 1062
    • III, 1428, 1807
    • V, 3, 7
    • IV, 1138 ff.
    • 1538 ff., 1543 ff
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    • Fkl.T., 1131-34, 1271-72, 1292-93
    • Monk's T.
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    • XI, passim
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    p. 645
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    Litt. franç. au moyen age, p. 75
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