Chaucer and the Parliament of 1386

  title={Chaucer and the Parliament of 1386},
  author={F. Scott},
  pages={80 - 86}
'WAS Chaucer a Laodicean?' -the question discussed by Professor Roger S. Loomis in his article (published last June in Essays and Studies in Honor of Carleton Brown) is highly pertinent to any estimate of the value of the poets' writings in our day as well as in his own. 'I know thy works, that thou are neither cold not hot' the kernel of the opinion concerning the Laodiceans has been accepted by many modern critics as applying equally to Chaucer's attitude in the 'warfare of principles.' This… Expand
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