Anelida and Arcite

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An incomplete poem by Chaucer in 357 lines. The simple story tells of the faithlessness of Arcite to Queen Anelida in 210 lines of rhyme‐royal, as a preface to the elaborate Compleynt of Anelida in 140 lines of varying and accomplished metrical patterns.

Subjects: Literary Studies (Early and Medieval).

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