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Occleve's poem has not been printed; but see Ritson's Biblioth.
The old man addresses Occleve as his son, and the poet calls his aged monitor father.Henry of Monmouth, Volume 1
J. Endell Tyler
Occleve always depicted Chaucer with a rosary in his hand, and his penner, containing his pen and inkhorn, hanging to his vest.Chaucer for Children
Mrs. H. R. Haweis
The dissipated life led by the youth of the time appears in the reminiscences of the poet Occleve of his own conduct.
Westminster Gate was then noted for its taverns and cook-shops, at which the lavishness of Occleve made him a welcome guest.