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The Romaunt of the Rose: Rendered Out of the French Into English by Geoffrey Chaucer; And Illustrated by Keith Henderson & Norman Wilkinson of Four Oaks

Guillaume, de Lorris; Chaucer, Geoffrey
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
New York : Henry Holt and Company, 1911.
Language
English
Uniform Title
Roman de la Rose
Description
4p.ℓ., 1-107 [1]p. : ill. ; 25.2 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • Bound in gray cloth; stamped in gold and blind; top edges gilt.
  • "The text followed is that edited by Prof. Mark H. Liddell in the Globe edition."
  • The Middle English version first printed in thynne's edition of CHaucer. It cnsists of three distinct fragments (corresponding to ℓ. 1-1678, 1679-5169, and 10716-12564 of the original) only the first of which is now ascribed in Chaucer. The authorship of the other two is unknown.
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