Originally published in 1988, this volume includes the full text and translation of The Judgment of the King of Navarre by Guillaume de Machaut, alongside textual and biographical notes includiging the life of the author, comparative studies of Chaucer and Machaut, and criticism and study guides.
1. Introduction. 2. Life of the Author. 3. Artistic Achievement. 4. Sources and Influences. 5. Editorial Policy for This Text and Translation. 6. Acknowledgements. 7. Select Bibliography. 8. Editions of Guillaume de Machaut's Poetry. 9. Criticism and Study Guides. 10. Comparative Studies of Chaucer and Machaut. 11. The Judgment of the King of Navarre. 12. Textual Notes.
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