|Confessio Amantis (14th century)
|Confessio Amantis on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.“Confessio Amantis (trans. The Lover’s Confession) is a 33,000-line Middle English poem by John Gower, [wherein] the confession made by an ageing lover to the chaplain of Venus [is used] as a frame story for a collection of shorter narrative poems . . . composed at the request of Richard II.” — Excerpted from|
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Incipit Liber Primus
Incipit Liber Secundus
Incipit Liber Tercius
Incipit Liber Quartus
Incipit Liber Quintus
Incipit Liber Sextus
Incipit Liber Septimus
Incipit Liber Octavus
The Works of John Gower (1330–1408 A.D.), ed. Professor G. C. Macauley (Oxford, 1901).
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