Troilus and Criseyde


The Canticus Troili is heavily borrowed from Petrarch's Sonnet 88 from Il Canzoniere.[5]

Troilus' philosophical monologue in Book IV is from Boethius' Consolation of Philosophy, a book that was extremely influential to Chaucer.

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