4 edition of The tale of Beryn found in the catalog.
The tale of Beryn
|Other titles||Merchant"s second tale, Pardoner and the tapster, Berinus.|
|Statement||re-edited from the Duke of Northumberland"s unique ms. by F.J. Furnivall & W.G. Stone ; with English abstract of French original and Asiatic versions of the tale, by W.A. Clouston ; plans of Canterbury in 1588, and the road thither from London in 1675, &c.|
|Series||Chaucer Society. Publications -- 2d ser., no. 17,24, Publications (Chaucer Society (London, England)) -- no. 17, 24., Library of English literature -- LEL 10098.|
|Contributions||Furnivall, Frederick James, 1825-1910., Clouston, W. A. 1843-1896., Boswell-Stone, W. G. 1845-1904., Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 238 (i.e. 240) p.|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||87353133|
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[The Tale of Beryn follows] Adapted (lightly regularized and occasionally emended) for beginning readers of Middle English from The Tale of Beryn ed. F.J. Furnivall and W.G. Stone, London, Chaucer Society, [Widener ]; reprinted as EETS, Extra Series.
A continuation of the Canterbury tales, first printed in the Chaucer, but regarded as spurious. The tale is identical with part of a French prose romance: L'histoire du chevalier Berinus.
The English abstract of the original is a free translation from the abstract by Bricaire de la Dixmerie 27Pages: THE CANTERBURY INTERLUDE AND MERCHANT'S TALE OF BERYN: FOOTNOTES 1 Explicating swiftly the depiction, and upon the story meditated 2 Behave with more reserve, and hide your native (gauche) manner 3 "Lo, how worthwhile," said the Knight, "it is to be a scholar.
/ To summon such scholars among us, this motive was quite obscure." 4 And each person withdrew to settle down to. The Tale of Beryn, with a Prologue of the Merry Adventure of the Pardoner with a Tapster at Canterbu [F. Furnivall] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a pre historical reproduction that was curated for quality.
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