Criseyde's Blasphemous Aube.

Author / Editor
Daly, Saralyn R.

Criseyde's Blasphemous Aube.

Notes and Queries 208 (1963): 442-44.

Maintains that anachronistic details of Criseyde's address to night in TC 3.1429-42 deviate from traditional albas and indicate that she "challenges God" in favor of her own will, indicated by her unorthodox attitude toward Providence.

Chaucer Subjects
Troilus and Criseyde
Sources, Analogues, and Literary Relations