Chaucer and Boccaccio

derive from Boccaccio's ' gloria ' , which , however , also corresponds to ' renoun ' . Tes VII , 47 , 1-4 : adapted in KT 1386–89 . Chaucer uses a stronger expression in KT 1389 , visualizing Boccaccio's abstract ' disio del mio amore ...

Chaucer and Boccaccio


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