Front Page Titles (by Subject) THE COOK'S PROLOGUE. - The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, vol. 4 (The Canterbury Tales)
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THE COOK’S PROLOGUE. - Geoffrey Chaucer, The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, vol. 4 (The Canterbury Tales) 
The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, edited from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (2nd ed.) (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1899). 7 vols. Vol. 4.
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THE COOK’S PROLOGUE.
The prologe of the Cokes Tale.
Thus endeth the Prologe of the Cokes tale.
[4325. ]E. whil that the
[4332. ]Hl. herburgage.
[4336. ]Hn. sith; E. sitthe; Hl. siþþe; Cp. Pt. Ln. sithen.
[4339. ]Hn. Hl. stynten; E. stynte.
[4340. ]Last two words glossed hic and audire in E. Hn.
[4347. ]E. Hn. Cm. Ln. Douere. E. Hn. soold.
[4348. ]E. Hn. coold.
[4350. ]Hl. persly; Hn. persle; E. percely.
[4355. ]Hl. omits.
[4357. ]E. Cm. quaad; Cp. Hl. quad; rest quade.
[4359. ]E. na (for nat).