Troilus and Criseyde. A Romantic Tragedy By Geoffrey Chaucer Presented by Adam Smith. Origins. Geoffrey Chaucer Born around 1343 English Experienced in the military, diplomacy, and courtly affairs Renowned in his own time
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A Romantic Tragedy
By Geoffrey Chaucer
Presented by Adam Smith
“One eare it heard, at the other out it went.”
~ Troilus and Criseyde, Act IV, ll. 435
A – B – A – B – B – C - C
ACT III, ll. 8-14:
In hevene and helle, in erthe and salte see
Is felt thi myght, if that I wel descerne;
As man, bird, best, fissh, herbe, and grene tree
Thee fele in tymes with vapour eterne.
God loveth, and to love wol nought werne;
And in this world no lyves creature
Withouten love is worth, or may endure.