What Henryson Really Does in the Testament of Cresseid
Fugate, Thomas Edward
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SubjectHenryson, Robert,--1430?-1506--Poetry--Criticism and interpretation.; Chaucer, Geoffrey,--d. 1400.--Troilus and Criseyde--Criticism and interpretation.
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