Fair dames and damsels, may your loves be as happy as those of the heroine of this romaunt.
It was a mania, and is fully expressed in the romaunt de la Rose.
In the romaunt de la Rose the thing discussed seems to be positive vice.
I can find no other example; but, in the romaunt of the Rose, ll.
Chaucer's "romaunt of the Rose" describes for us the movement of the "karole," danced on the "grene gras" in the spring days.
Perhaps copied by the author of fragment B. of the romaunt of the Rose.
The various later reprints of the 'romaunt,' as in Speght and other editions, are merely less correct copies of 'Th.'
Chaucer's "romaunt of the Rose" in the description of Beauty.
So in the romaunt of the Rose, l. 1820—'Brent child of fyr hath muche drede.'
In this interval he translated the romaunt of the Rose, the most famous poetical work of the middle ages.