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Author Nuttall, Jennifer Anne, 1975-

Title Troilus and Criseyde' : a Reader's Guide
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012
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Contents Cover; TROILUS AND CRISEYDE: A READER'S GUIDE; Title; Copyright; Contents; Textboxes; Acknowledgements; Introduction; SOURCES AND BACKGROUND; HOW TO USE THIS READER'S GUIDE; Book I; LINES 1 TO 56: THE POEM'S SUBJECT AND PURPOSE, AND PRAYERS; LINES 57 TO 154: CALCHAS, CRISEYDE AND THE FATE OF TROY; LINES 155 TO 357: TROILUS FALLS IN LOVE; (i) Lines 155 to 205: Criseyde and Troilus in the temple; (ii) Lines 206 to 266: an apostrophe; (iii) Lines 267 to 357: Troilus falls in love; LINES 358 TO 546: TROILUS PRACTISES THE ART OF LOVE; (i) Lines 358 to 388: Troilus's beginning
(Ii) Lines 1394 to 1491: Pandarus visits Deiphebus and Criseyde(iii) Lines 1492 to 1554: preparing Troilus; (iv) Lines 1555 to 1596: dinner at Deiphebus's palace; (v) Lines 1597 to 1666: Pandarus takes charge; (vi) Lines 1667 to 1708: Helen and Deiphebus visit Troilus; (vii) Lines 1709 to 1757: Criseyde enters the bedchamber; Book III; LINES 1 TO 49: THE PROEM; LINES 50 TO 231: THE MEETING AT DEIPHEBUS'S PALACE (CONTINUED); (i) Lines 50 to 190: the first meeting; (ii) Lines 191 to 231: the meeting ends; LINES 232 TO 420: PANDARUS AND TROILUS DISCUSS DISCRETION
(Ii) Lines 389 to 420: Troilus's song(iii) Lines 421 to 504: the effects of love; (iv) Lines 505 to 546: Troilus's complaint; LINES 547 TO 1092: PANDARUS VISITS TROILUS; (i) Lines 547 to 616: the obligations of friendship; (ii) Lines 617 to 760: Pandarus's proverbs and examples; (iii) Lines 761 to 833: Troilus changes his mind; (iv) Lines 834 to 854: the nature of Fortune; (v) Lines 855 to 903: Criseyde's virtues; (vi) Lines 904 to 1008: Troilus's repentance and Pandarus's advice; (vii) Lines 1009 to 1092: Troilus's fears and Pandarus's plotting; Book II; LINES 1 TO 49: THE PROEM
(Iii) Lines 813 to 903: the second coincidence: Antigone's song(iv) Lines 904 to 931: Criseyde's dream; LINES 932 TO 1302: AN EXCHANGE OF LETTERS; (i) Lines 932 to 1001: Pandarus reports back; (ii) Lines 1002 to 1092: Troilus's letter; (iii) Lines 1093 to 1179: Pandarus delivers the letter; (iv) Lines 1180 to 1246: Criseyde writes a reply; (v) Lines 1247 to 1302: Troilus rides by again; LINES 1303 TO 1351: TROILUS'S DESIRE GROWS; LINES 1352 TO 1757: THE MEETING AT DEIPHEBUS'S PALACE; (i) Lines 1352 to 1393: Pandarus suggests a meeting
LINES 50 TO 595: PANDARUS VISITS CRISEYDE(i) Lines 50 to 108: signs and omens; (ii) Lines 109 to 207: news of Hector and Troilus; (iii) Lines 208 to 252: Pandarus's and Criseyde's confidences; (iv) Lines 253 to 314: Pandarus's preamble; (v) Lines 315 to 406: Pandarus reveals and pressures; (vi) Lines 407 to 497: Criseyde's response; (vii) Lines 498 to 595: Troilus overheard; LINES 596 TO 931: CRISEYDE FALLS IN LOVE; (i) Lines 596 to 686: the first coincidence: Troilus rides by; (ii) Lines 687 to 812: Criseyde contemplates the matter
Summary A scene-by-scene reader's guide to Geoffrey Chaucer's Trojan War poem specifically designed for student readers
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400. Troilus and Criseyde.
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