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7+ quotes from Troilus and Criseyde by Geoffrey Chaucer

Quotes from Troilus and Criseyde

Geoffrey Chaucer ·  368 pages

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“Thus in this heaven he took his delight And smothered her with kisses upon kisses Till gradually he came to know where bliss is.”
― Geoffrey Chaucer, quote from Troilus and Criseyde


“Men may the wise atrenne, and naught atrede.”
― Geoffrey Chaucer, quote from Troilus and Criseyde


“For thus men seyth, "That on thenketh the beere,
But al another thenketh his ledere.”
― Geoffrey Chaucer, quote from Troilus and Criseyde


“And after winter folweth grene May.”
― Geoffrey Chaucer, quote from Troilus and Criseyde


“Ne nevere mo ne lakked hire pite;
Tendre-herted, slydynge of corage;
But trewely, I kan nat telle hire age.”
― Geoffrey Chaucer, quote from Troilus and Criseyde


“Go litel bok, go, litel myn tragedye,
Ther God thi makere yet, er that he dye,
So sende myght to make in som comedye!
But litel book, no makyng thow n'envie,
But subgit be to alle poesye;
And kis the steppes where as thow seest pace
Virgile, Ovide, Omer, Lucan, and Stace.”
― Geoffrey Chaucer, quote from Troilus and Criseyde


“Go, litel bok, go, litel myn tragedye,”
― Geoffrey Chaucer, quote from Troilus and Criseyde


About the author

Geoffrey Chaucer
Born place: London, England
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