歐美研究季刊第46卷第1期 - page 2

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third part of the paper advances the argument that
though Chaucer, like Petrarch, was intimately familiar
with the fickleness and absurdity of worldly fame, he
betrays a longing for a posthumous literary fame.
Key Words:
Chaucer, fame, Petrarch
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