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Boccaccios Characters and the Rhetorical Disputatio in utramque partem
Chaucer and the Conventions of Originality
ABBREVIATIONS AND NOTES
Aeneid Alcyone Alcyone's allegory Amatoria Amores argued Aristotle audience Augustine becomes Black Knight Boccaccio Branca Calogrenant Canterbury Catullus Cepperello Ceyx Ceyx and Alcyone characterization Chaucer Chretien Ciappelletto Cicero classical Clerk Clerk's Tale concupiscible Corinna course courtly Criseida Dante debate Decameron desire Dido Dipsas disputatio in utramque Divine Comedy elegiac elegy epic fact Farinata feel Fiammetta fiction figures Filostrato Giovanni Boccaccio Griselda Gualtieri Heroides Horace idea of character Knight's Tale Latin Laudine Leuconoe Leucothoe literary typology literature lover Mars means medieval Metamorphoses metaphor Middle Ages Minyades moral narrative narrator narrator's nature Orpheus Orpheus's Ovid Ovid's Palemone Palemone and Arcita Panfilo parataxis passion perspective Petrarch poem poet poet's poetic poetry Propertius qualities Quintilian readers reveals rhetorical Roman says seems sense speak story style techniques tell Teseida things tradition Trimpi Tristan Troiolo utramque partem Venus verse Virgil virtue Walter wife woman women words Yvain