Child of Night.

Author / Editor
Bartel, Neva A.

Child of Night.

Ball State Teachers College Forum 6.3 (1965): 45-50.

Comments on amplification as a factor in the "powerful dramatic force" of TC and explores, book by book, the poem's themes of "sight and blindness, the words 'bind' and 'bridle'," references to "sea and ships as opposed to references to fishing," and "references to the bells," disclosing "how Criseyde represents . . . carnal appetites and Troilus, spiritual appetites."

Chaucer Subjects
Troilus and Criseyde
Style and Versification