reference to the inset Ovidian tale of Pan and Syrinx in her allusion to Argus, it is implicitly present. ... In the section of her Prologue in which she refers to Argus, the Wife of Bath also conspicuously uses a fiction contiguous with ... in Book Eleven of the Metamorphoses, is his male barber, and many have noted the omission of the ending, in which reeds grow on ... Yager does not, however, consider the Wifea#39;s techniques of storytelling in relation to this Ovidian allusion. constitute a realanbsp;...
|Author||:||Stephen James Rupp|
|Publisher||:||Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies - 2007|