I've recently heard about another error you may want to correct. One of
my colleagues (who's been regularly singing the praises of your work)
mentioned his surprise that the entry for May 3 says the fox in Chaucer's
tale killed Chauntecleer on this day, instead of recognizing that
Chauntecleer finally managed to outsmart the fox and escape).
Sherry Reames (English Dept., U. Wisconsin, Madison)
At 04:40 PM 1/14/2001 +0000, you wrote:
>Alas and woe! This was the first error that was pointed out to us,
>shortly after the book was published. Much to our embarrassment. It
>will be corrected in the second printing. There is still just time to
>correct any more such errors, so feel free to pass them on!
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