Chaucer and Henryson: A Comparison.

Author / Editor
Marken, Ronald.

Chaucer and Henryson: A Comparison.

Discourse: A Review of the Liberal Arts 7 (1964): 381-87.

Treats Henryson's "Testament of Cresseid" as a sequel to TC, examining how its attitude and tone differ from Chaucer's work, largely as a result of differing styles, techniques, opinions, and points of view. Henryson's style and tone are harsher, and he is more critical of humanity, especially Criseyde and "womankind."

Chaucer Subjects
Chaucer's Influence
Troilus and Criseyde