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Where Humber's streams divide the fruitful plain

DMI number:
18367
Poem Aliases
Chaucer. Canterbury Tales. Summoner's Tale
Confidence:
Absolute (100%)
Evidence:
First Line:
Where Humber's streams divide the fruitful plain
Last Line:
And that the churl was neither fool nor mad
Poem Genre / Form:
Couplet, Imitation / translation / paraphrase, and Satire
Themes:
Corruption and Religion
Related People
Author:
Eustace Budgell
Confidence:
Confident (50%)
Comments:
LION
Translated from:
Geoffrey Chaucer
Confidence:
Absolute (100%)
Comments:
Content/Publication
Title:
The Agreeable Medley or, Universal Entertainer [T98503]
Page No(s):
pp.322-328
Poem Title:
The Comic Gift. Imitated from Chaucer.
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
Title:
The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer, modernis'd [Vol. II] [ESTC T75505]
Page No(s):
pp.178-184
Poem Title:
The Farmer and the Fryar: or, The Sumner's Tale.
Attribution:
By Mr. Grosvenor
Attributed To:
Mr. Grosvenor
Title:
The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer, modernis'd by several hands [Vol III] [ESTC T75503]
Page No(s):
pp.132-142
Poem Title:
The Farmer and the Fryar: or, The Sumner's Tale.
Attribution:
By Mr. Grosvenor [By Mr. Budgell]
Attributed To:
Mr. Grosvenor
Eustace Budgell
Title:
The merry droll or pleasing companion [T128769] [ecco]
Page No(s):
pp.84-90
Poem Title:
The Whimsical Legacy. In Imitation of the Summer's Tale in Chaucer.
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed