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Chaucers Art in Relation to His Audience I
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accepted action appear argument associations attitude audience beauty become believe Browne called character characteristic Chaucer Christian Church clear common sense complete concerned conclusion contrast course criticism death desire divine doubt effect essay evidence example experience expression fact faith feeling follow give Hamlet Hazlitt hire human Ibid ideas images imagination immediate important intense interest Keats kind knowledge Letters light lines living matter means mind nature never object once paradox particular passage person picture play poem poet poetry possible practical present principle rational readers reason reference regarded religion remarks revenge says seems Shakespeare simple Sir Thomas speak story style suggested Swift Tale tell things thinking thought tion Troilus true truth turn understanding universe Urn-Burial whole writing