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|Title:||Chaucer's Tale of Melibee (Audio Recording: Director)|
|Publisher Place:||The Chaucer Studio|
|Performer:||Burton, Thomas Lingen|
|Abstract:||Prudence holds center stage in this highly moralized tale in which she corrects her impetuous husband Melibee. Biblical, classical, and medieval moralists are cited in this dialogue between husband and wife, showing Chaucer's use of his source for the tale as well as his much wider reading of such moralized tales almost suited for preaching/reflection.|
|Where:||Recorded at the New Chaucer Society Conference, University of Colorado at Boulder|
|Description:||Recorded at the New Chaucer Society Conference, University of Colorado at Boulder. Recorded at Boulder, Colorado in association with the 13th International Congress of the New Chaucer Society. Readers: Andrew Lynch (Chaucer), Susan F. Yager (Prudence),D.Thomas Hanks Jr. (Melibee),Tom Burton (other voices). CD no. : NCS016|
|Appears in Collections:||English publications|
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