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PIERS THE PLOWMAN AND ITS SEQUENCE
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allegory alliterative alliterative verse appears ballad Barbour bishop Cambridge Caxton chap Chaucer Chaucerian chronicle church Confessio Amantis contemporary copies couplet court death decasyllable Do-better Do-well Dunbar earlier early edition England English evidence fifteenth century fourteenth century French friars Gavin Douglas Gower Hawes Henry House of Fame Huchoun influence interest John king Kingis Quair knight lady language later Latin lines literary literature Lollards Lord Lydgate Lydgate's matter medieval Meed metre Middle Scots narrative original Oxford passages Passetyme passus Pecock perhaps Peterhouse pieces Piers the Plowman poem poet poetical poetry political popular printed probably prologue prose Richard rime royal romance satire scholars Scotland Scottish Scripture sixteenth songs stanza story style tale tell tion tradition translation Trevisa Troilus Troilus and Criseyde verse vision words writers written Wyclif Wyclifite Wynkyn de Worde