Troilus and Criseyde Summary
Geoffrey Chaucer

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Troilus and Criseyde Overview

Troilus and Criseyde by Geoffrey Chaucer is a poem about two lovers. Troilus is smitten with Criseyde after he mocks love. The God of Love punishes him with a never-ending desire for Criseyde. Troilus becomes distraught and depressed when Criseyde does not keep her promise and return to him. Instead, she accepts another lover named Diomede. This causes Troilus to become distracted on the battlefield where he is killed by Achileus and able to find peace in death.

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