Chaucer and the Seven Deadly Sins

Frederick Tupper
PMLA
Vol. 29, No. 1 (1914), pp. 93-128
DOI: 10.2307/457035
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Triggs, Introduction to Assembly of the Gods (E. E. T. Soc., Extra Series, 69), pp. xix f.
  • 2
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Cursor Mundi ll.
    • Triggs, p. lxx
    • Jean de Meung's Testament (IV, 87) ll. 1692 f.
    • Lay Folk's Catechism, E. E. T. Soc., 118, p. xvii
  • 3
    Modern Language Review, Jan., 1910.
  • 4
    Chambers, l. c.
  • 5
    Professor W. W. Lawrence in the pages of Modern Philology (Octo- ber, 1913).
  • 7
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Appius and Virginia (Confessio Amantis, VII, 5131 f.)
    • Roman de la Rose, 5613 f.
    • Chaucer in the Parson's Tale, § 76, ll. 867 f.
    • Franklin's exampla from Jerome (supra).
  • 8
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Ciento Novelle Antike, No. 83
    • Skeat, Chaucer, III, pp. 439-443
    • German variant, Hans Sachs' Fastnachtsspiel, Der Dot im Stock
    • Modern Philology, IX, p. 19.
    • The Sources of the Nonne Prestes Tale, pp. 98-100
  • 9
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Flores Exemplorum, VII, xlvii
    • I, 727 f.
  • 10
    Sermones Aurei of Jacobus a Voragine (1760, pp. 361- 362)
  • 11
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Confessio, I, 1407-1861
    • Parson's Tale, 390
    • Macaulay (Confessio, Vol. I, p. 472)
  • 12
    Confessio, III, 783-817
  • 13
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Chaucer's version (Skeat, III, 413-17)
    • Lücke (Anglia XIV, p. 183)
    • Tatlock (Devel. and Chronol., chap. V, § 6)
  • 15
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Arnold, Select Works of John Wyclif, III, pp. 125-127.
    • Gower, Confessio, IV, 2200 f.
  • 16
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Mirour de l'Omme, 12073 f., 23380 f.
    • Langland says, B. II, 79, "to be princes in pryde and poverte to despise"
    • B. xiv, 215, "Pryde in richesse regneth rather than in poverte, etc."
    • Melibeus, § 50, B. 2748 f.
    • DeGuileville's Pèlerinage, (Lydgate), pp. 605 f., 22685- 22772.
    • Pride chapter (III, p. 126)
  • 17
    Mirour, 2220 f.
  • 18
    Macaulay, Confessio Amantis, Vol. I, p. 472.
  • 19
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Manciple's lines (H. 343 f.), "A Jangler is to God abominable
    • I, 648
  • 20
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Langland, B. ii, 74
    • Chambers, Modern Language Review, Jan.1910
  • 21
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Migne, Patrologia Latina, 217, pp. 701 f.
    • Tale of Meli- beus, B. 2758.
  • 22
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Wisdom II, 24, "Through the envy of the devil came death into the roundness of earth."
    • DeGuileville's Pèlerinage 14768
    • Pélerinage, 23116
    • Handlyng Synne, 4168.
    • Occleve's "Letter of Cupid," (l. 358)
    • Mireour du Monde, pp. 103, 106.
  • 23
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Crane, Introduction to Exempla of Jacques de Vitry, p. xlvi.
    • Bromyard, Summa Predicantium, s. v. " Infantia."
  • 25
    s. v. "Castitas."
  • 26
    This reference contains 16 citations:
    • Koeppel, Herrigs Archiv, LXXXIV, p. 405
    • LXXVII, p. 33-54
    • Avarice (I, 792)
    • Wrath (I, 587)
    • Ayenbite, p. 52
    • Gluttony with Swearing: B. II, 92 f.
    • B. V, 314, "Thanne goth glotoun in and grete othes after"
    • Chambers, Modern Language Review, Jan.1910
    • Bromyard in his Summa Predicantium
    • Pardoner's Tale, C. 483
    • Vulgate version of Ephesians, V, 18.
    • De Contemptu Mundi, II, 19
    • Holkot in his Lectiones, 21, "scillicet effective exemplum de Loth, Gen. 19"
    • Le Testament de Jean de Meun, ll. 1748 f.
    • DeGuileville, ll. 13060 f.
    • Hoccleve, Regement of Princes, 3802 f.
  • 27
    DeGuileville's Pèlerinage (Lydgate), ll. 18104 f.
  • 28
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Liber Exem- plorum ad Usum Predicantium, ed. by Little, Aberdeen, 1908
    • Alphabet of Tales (E. E. T. Soc., 126, 20)
    • Herbert, Catalogue of Romances, III, p. 431.
  • 29
    portrayal (B. V 403 f.)
  • 30
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Handlyng Synnie, 4241 f.
    • Gower, Mirour, 5552 f., 5620.
  • 31
    Modern Philology, July, 1911
  • 32
    Chaucer, pp. 158-159.
  • 34
    Piers Plowman, B. V, 63
  • 35
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Lawyer (Vox, VI, 293)
    • Mirour, 3748 f.
    • Regement of Princes, 2815 f.
    • C. XXIII, 273
    • Wyclif's Sermons
    • Flügel, Anglia, XXIV, pp. 484-496
  • 36
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Merchant's Tale E. 1810
    • Tomus Primus Convi- vialium Sermonum by Jean Gast, Basel, 1561, s. v. "Medici."
  • 37
    Confessio Amantis, VI, 1292-1358.
  • 38
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Pèlerinage, ll. 23538 f.
    • Herolt's Promptuarium Exemplorum
    • B. XX 216-217
  • 39
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Flügel, Anglia, XXIII, pp. 225-239
    • XXIV, p. 460.
  • 40
    Originals and Analogues, pp. 105-106.
  • 42
    Skeat (III, 399)
  • 43
    Miss Petersen (The Sources of the Parson's Tale, 1901)
  • 44
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Herrig's Archiv, 87, pp. 33-54
    • Miss Petersen, l. c.
  • 45
    Skeat, V, 402
  • 46
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Physician's Tale, 58-59
    • Ephesians, V, 18, (supra)
    • I, 867-872
  • 47
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Tale of Melibeus, B. 2758
    • Innocent's Drunkenness passage (ii, chap. 18)
    • Man's of Law's Tale (B. 771-7)
    • Pardoner (C. 551- 560)
    • Skeat, III, 408, 444, 445.
  • 49
    Chaucer (Anglia, XXXVII, pp. 80 f.).
  • 50
    Chaucer, p. 262.
  • 51
    Dunbar's Dance of the Sins
  • 52
    Clouston, Originals and Analogues, p. 439.
  • 53
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • the Trump of Death (Confessio I, 2010-2253
    • Nabugodonosor (I, 2785-3043)
    • the Travelers and the Angel (II, 291-364)
    • Demetrius and Persius (II, 1631-1861)
    • Pope Boniface (II, 2803-3084)
  • 54
    Parson's Prologue, I, 16, 25
  • 55
    Chaucer Primer, p. 112.
  • 57
    Pollard guesses (Primer, p. 112)
  • 58
    Mosher, Columbia University Press, 1911, pp. 125-126.
  • 59
    Exempla of Jacques de Vitry, p. xciii
  • 60
    Macaulay, Introduction to Confessio Amantis, p. ix.