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In 1562, five years before the Confessio Augustiniana, Canisius published an anthology of letters by Jerome.
The Confessio Amantis does not mention her jewels at all.
6) The second of the original three Rosicrucian documents, whose full title is Confessio Fraternitatis.
6) The author of The Flower and the Leaf was familiar with three versions of this theme: the Lai du Trot; an episode in Andreas Capellanus' De amore; and the 'Tale of Rosiphelee' in Gower's Confessio Amantis.
Melanchton had a strong influence and his Confessio fidei Aagustana (1530) was soon accepted in Hungary, but around the mid 16th century, the Confession by Calvin-Bullinger had a stronger influence among the Hungarian speaking population, mainly in the Eastern region and in Transylvania.
The ancient sources are now available in good English translations, from Patrick's Confessio to Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People.
Through my work with Nicholas Trevet's Les Cronicles--Chaucer's most likely direct source for the tale--in its Middle English translation, and, when there is time, by looking at Gower's Confessio Amantis, Boccaccio's Decameron, and II Filostrato, among other sources (which I note later in this essay), I demonstrate to students that when Chaucer uses an old story and changes it--here in the tale of the Man of Law he alters Trevet's form and content-- those modifications provide one likely focus of our critical attention.
Such early texts in which unreliability did play a part in the process of naturalization include some of Geoffrey Chaucer's works, notably the Canterbury Tales (1388-1392) and Troilus and Criseyde (1382-1386), and, contemporaneously, John Gower's Confessio Amantis (1386).
It is a great performance of a great work and certainly John Neumeier's Confessio as an artist.
The excerpt he quotes therefore firmly associates the goliards with metrical and rhythmical compositions, especially invectionem ridmicam (rhythmical invective), not to mention the Carmina Burana, one of whose poems Giraldus cites along with the Archpoet's confessio golie.
Eliot, and remedial confession in Chaucer's Parson's Tale and John Gower's Confessio Amantis.
For here, in Hughes' extraordinarily tardy public confessio amantis, his new collection Birthday Letters, it is all laid out - from the first mouthful of exotic peach (Poem No.