ENGL 315: Poetry of Protest in Late Medieval England
The entire reading is approximately 54 minutes in length.
Readers for the text (in order) are Daniel Berger, Madison Bradley, Shannon Byrne, Brandon Carey, Faith Carson, Fiona Copeland, Lauren Graham, Rae Hodenfield, Sarah Hojsak, Giselle Horrell, Sarah Howell, Joy Jones, Morgan Kentsbeer, Laura Maurer, Kevin Medina, Nic Shandera, Matthew Sherman, Emily Shue, Catherine Urbanski, and Dr. Kara McShane.
The text is available online through the University of Rochester Middle English Texts Series at http://d.lib.rochester.edu/teams/text/peck-gower-confessio-amantis-volume-1-prologue.
Berger, Daniel; Bradley, Madison; Byrne, Shannon; Carey, Brandon T.G.; Carson, Faith; Copeland, Fiona; Graham, Lauren; Hodenfield, Rae; Hojsak, Sarah; Horrell, Giselle; Howell, Sarah; Jones, Joy; Kentsbeer, Morgan; Maurer, Laura; Medina, Kevin; Shandera, Nicolas; Sherman, Matthew; Shue, Emily; Urbanski, Catherine; and McShane, Kara, "Reading of the Ricardian Prologue of John Gower's Confessio Amantis" (2017). Middle English Readings. 1.
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