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‘And gret wel Chaucer whan ye mete’

Chaucer’s Earliest Readers, Addressees and Audiences

Sebastian Sobecki

Eustache Deschamps (1340–1406) from whom Chaucer frequently borrows. Deschamps wrote a ballade dedicated to Chaucer, in which he celebrates the English writer as ‘grant translateur, Geffroy Chaucier’, largely for the latter’s translation of the Romance of

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Blanche, Two Chaucers and the Stanley Family

Rethinking the Reception of The Book of the Duchess

Simon Meecham-Jones

herself’ (Wimsatt, Chaucer and His French Contemporaries , 179). 43 Eustache Deschamps, ballade 765, in Eustache Deschamps, Oeuvres Complètes , ed. le Marquis de Queux de Saint-Hilaire (Paris: SATF, 1878–1903), 4: 259–60. The ballade is reprinted by

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John M. Fyler

foolishness agrees with Placebo, but for the disenchanted Merchant the true authority is Justinus, his own stand-in as disabused husband (as in line 1545). The debaters’ names predetermine their arguments, 31 in a pallid version of Eustache Deschamps’ Miroir