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The Romaunt of the Rose by Geoffrey Chaucer

The Romaunt of the Rose

by Geoffrey Chaucer

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"Though thou bithenke the never so well,
Thou shalt foryete yit somdell"
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One of the more pleasant tasks in preparing this edition is the allocation of thanks.
A Brief Guide to the Use of This Edition
This edition provides an introduction to and a text of the Chaucerian Romaunt of the Rose, as well as a list of Abbreviations and Sigils, a Bibliography, and a General Index.
The Romaunt of the Rose (Rom) is a Middle English translation of parts of the French Roman de la Rose of Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun (RR).
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