Tale of Sir Thopas (incl. studies of both Thopas and Melibee)

J. M. Manly    E&S 13 28    Thopas: a Satire

W. W. Lawrence    PMLA 50 35    Satire in Thopas

R. M. Lumiansky    PQ 26 47    Meaning of Prologue to Thopas

Arthur K. Moore    JEGP 53 54    Thopas a criticism of 14thc minstrelsy

Susie Tucker    RES 1959

B. Rowland    NM 1963    Buck and hare [cf. Green NQ 1966]

J. A. Burrow    RES 22 71    Thopas: an agony in 3 fits

E. Stanley    NM 73 72    Use of bob-lines in Thopas

A. Haskell    Chau R 9    [popet, `puppet', Ch. the puppet, Thop. a puppet-play]

J. Conley    SP 73 76    The peculiar name Thopas

A. T. Gaylord    SAC 1 79    Prosody of Thopas

D. Brewer    Arming of Knight    In Chaucerian Problems & Perspectives, ed. Vasta & Thundy    Notre Dame 79

V. J. Scattergood    Ch. & French war: Thopas & Melibee    In Court & Poet (ARCA 5) ed. Glyn S. Burgess    Cairns 81 

Alan T. Gaylord    ChauR 16 82    The moment of Sir Thopas: a new look at Ch. 's lang. 

J. A. Burrow    Thopas in 16thc    In D. Gray & E. Stanley eds. ME Studies (Davis F/S)    Oxford 83

J. A. Burrow    YES 14 84    Thopas and La Prise de Neuville

Judith Tschann    ChauR 20 85    Layout of Thopas in MSS

Lee Patterson    SAC 11 89 160-76    What man artow? Authorial self-definition in Mel. & Thop. 

C. R. Daileader    ChauR 29 94-5    Thopas and Mel and the defeat of antifeminism

Mark Dicicco    NQ 244 99    The arming of Thopas reconsidered

E. A. Jones    RES 51 00    Structure of Thopas