The Concordance
 
 A................100
FranT 730 Ther was a knyght that loved and dide his payne 2
FranT 731 To serve a lady in his beste wise; 2
FranT 732 And many a labour, many a greet emprise, 4
FranT 732 And many a labour, many a greet emprise, 4
FranT 740 Hath swich a pitee caught of his penaunce 12
FranT 745 Of his free wyl he swoor hire as a knyght 16
FranT 755 Ye profre me to have so large a reyne, 26
FranT 767 Love is a thyng as any spirit free. 38
FranT 769 And nat to been constreyned as a thral; 40
FranT 784 On every wrong a man may nat be wreken. 56
FranT 806 A yeer and moore lasted this blisful lyf, 78
FranT 809 Shoop hym to goon and dwelle a yeer or tweyne 80
FranT 830 Men may so longe graven in a stoon 102
FranT 850 Where as she many a ship and barge seigh 122
FranT 852 But thanne was that a parcel of hire wo, 124
FranT 869 That semen rather a foul confusion 140
FranT 871 Of swich a parfit wys God and a stable, 142
FranT 871 Of swich a parfit wys God and a stable, 142
FranT 881 Thanne semed it ye hadde a greet chiertee 152
FranT 894 Thus wolde she seyn, with many a pitous teere. 166
FranT 901 So on a day, right in the morwe-tyde, 172
FranT 902 Unto a gardyn that was ther bisyde, 174
FranT 923 But nathelees she moste a tyme abyde 194
FranT 926 Daunced a squier biforn Dorigen, 198
FranT 945 His wo, as in a general compleynyng; 216
FranT 950 But langwissheth as a furye dooth in helle; 222
FranT 958 In swich a wise as man that asketh grace; 230
FranT 962 And was a man of worshipe and honour, 234
FranT 975 For with a word ye may me sleen or save. 246
FranT 1003 What deyntee sholde a man han in his lyf 274
FranT 1008 And with a sorweful herte he thus answerde: 280
FranT 1059 As preieth hire so greet a flood to brynge 330
FranT 1081 And longe tyme he lay forth in a traunce. 352
FranT 1105 Save of his brother, which that was a clerk. 376
FranT 1113 And wel ye knowe that of a sursanure 384
FranT 1123 He hym remembred that, upon a day, 394
FranT 1124 At Orliens in studie a book he say 396
FranT 1126 That was that tyme a bacheler of lawe, 398
FranT 1132 As in oure dayes is nat worth a flye -- 404
FranT 1144 Have maad come in a water and a barge, 416
FranT 1144 Have maad come in a water and a barge, 416
FranT 1146 Somtyme hath semed come a grym leoun; 418
FranT 1147 And somtyme floures sprynge as in a mede; 418
FranT 1148 Somtyme a vyne, and grapes white and rede; 420
FranT 1149 Somtyme a castel, al of lym and stoon; 420
FranT 1157 For with an apparence a clerk may make, 428
FranT 1161 And in swich forme enduren a wowke or two. 432
FranT 1165 What sholde I make a lenger tale of this? 436
FranT 1172 But if it were a two furlong or thre, 444
FranT 1173 A yong clerk romynge by hymself they mette, 444
FranT 1175 And after that he seyde a wonder thyng: 446
FranT 1182 For which he weep ful ofte many a teere. 454
FranT 1196 Thise fauconers upon a fair ryver, 468
FranT 1198 Tho saugh he knyghtes justyng in a playn; 470
FranT 1200 That he hym shewed his lady on a daunce, 472
FranT 1224 Lasse than a thousand pound he wolde nat have, 496
FranT 1227 Answerde thus: " Fy on a thousand pound! 498
FranT 1238 His woful herte of penaunce hadde a lisse. 510
FranT 1260 Or with a swerd that he wolde slitte his herte. 532
FranT 1263 To wayten a tyme of his conclusioun; 534
FranT 1272 Of swich a supersticious cursednesse. 544
FranT 1295 But thurgh his magik, for a wyke or tweye, 566
FranT 1326 But in a gardyn yond, at swich a place, 598
FranT 1326 But in a gardyn yond, at swich a place, 598
FranT 1340 In al hir face nas a drope of blood. 612
FranT 1341 She wende nevere han come in swich a trappe. 612
FranT 1344 That swich a monstre or merveille myghte be! 616
FranT 1346 And hoom she goth a sorweful creature; 618
FranT 1348 She wepeth, wailleth, al a day or two, 620
FranT 1361 My lif than of my body to have a shame, 632
FranT 1364 Hath ther nat many a noble wyf er this, 636
FranT 1365 And many a mayde, yslayn hirself, allas, 636
FranT 1377 They prively been stirt into a welle 648
FranT 1383 That she nas slayn, and with a good entente 654
FranT 1388 That loved a mayden, heet Stymphalides, 660
FranT 1389 Whan that hir fader slayn was on a nyght, 660
FranT 1397 Wel oghte a wyf rather hirselven slee 668
FranT 1407 Of Tarquyn, for hire thoughte it was a shame 678
FranT 1412 Mo than a thousand stories, as I gesse, 684
FranT 1431 As greet a pitee was it, or wel moore, 702
FranT 1442 Lo, which a wyf was Alceste, " quod she. 714
FranT 1454 To alle wyves may a mirour bee. 726
FranT 1457 Thus pleyned Dorigen a day or tweye, 728
FranT 1487 And forth he cleped a squier and a mayde: 758
FranT 1487 And forth he cleped a squier and a mayde: 758
FranT 1489 " And bryngeth hire to swich a place anon. " 760
FranT 1494 Wol holden hym a lewed man in this 766
FranT 1523 Than doon so heigh a cherlyssh wrecchednesse 794
FranT 1543 Thus kan a squier doon a gentil dede 814
FranT 1543 Thus kan a squier doon a gentil dede 814
FranT 1544 As wel as kan a knyght, withouten drede. " 816
FranT 1554 He cherisseth hire as though she were a queene, 826
FranT 1560 Of pured gold a thousand pound of wighte 832
FranT 1564 And been a beggere; heere may I nat dwelle 836
FranT 1599 How looth hire was to been a wikked wyf, 870
FranT 1609 Thou art a squier, and he is a knyght; 880
FranT 1609 Thou art a squier, and he is a knyght; 880
FranT 1611 But if a clerk koude doon a gentil dede 882
FranT 1611 But if a clerk koude doon a gentil dede 882
FranT 1616 For, sire, I wol nat taken a peny of thee 888
 
 A-BEGGED.........1
FranT 1580 To goon a-begged in my kirtle bare. 852
 
 ABOVE............6
FranT 772 He is at his avantage al above. 44
FranT 795 Servage? Nay, but in lordshipe above, 66
FranT 989 " Aurelie, " quod she, " by heighe God above, 260
FranT 1155 Or oother magyk natureel above, 426
FranT 1282 Fro the heed of thilke fixe Aries above, 554
FranT 1321 Repenteth yow, for thilke God above, 592
 
 ABOVEN...........1
FranT 1048 Yet emperisse aboven hym is she), 320
 
 ABSENCE..........1
FranT 817 For his absence wepeth she and siketh, 88