Clauses in Chaucer Introduced by Conjunction with Appended "That."

Author / Editor
Kivimaa, Krista

Title
Clauses in Chaucer Introduced by Conjunction with Appended "That."

Published
Commentationes Humanarum Litterarum, Societas Scientarum Fennica 43.1 (1968): 1-75.

Description
Identifies, tabulates, and analyzes the clauses introduced by conjunctions in Chaucer's works (except Th and his lyrics), with or without pleonastic "that," attending to stress (verse and prose) and meter, and concluding, generally, that Chaucer achieved a "more finished form" when he "availed himself of 'that'," and he used it more often in his decasyllabic than in his octosyllabic verse,

Chaucer Subjects
Style and Versification
Language and Word Stuies