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-[[Liber aureolus de nuptiis]] +[[Jerome]]'s ''[[Epistola adversus Jovinianum]]'' (Letter Against Jovinian)
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 +The ''[[Pardoner's Tale]]'', the ''[[Wife of Bath's Prologue]]'', and the ''[[Franklin's Tale]]'' all draw frequent reference to [[St. Jerome|St. Jerome's]] ''[[Epistola adversus Jovinianum]]''. Jerome's work is also an addition to Chaucer's Prologue to a revised ''Legend of Good Women''
-[[Theophrastus]] was the supposed author of the Liber aureolus de nuptiis (The Golden Book of Marriage), an [[antifeminist]] work that was bound in an anthology with [[Jerome]]'s ''[[Epistola adversus Jovinianum]]'' (Letter Against Jovinian) I.47 (PL 23: 276-278) and [[Walter Map]]'s ''[[Dissuasio Valerii ad Rufinum philosophum ne uxorem ducat]]'' (The Advice of Valerius to Rufinus Not to Marry, 1180-1183). The Liber aureolus is now lost but survives in Jerome's Epistola, I.41. There is no evidence that Theophrastus (d. 287 B.C.) wrote this tract.  
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Jerome's Epistola adversus Jovinianum (Letter Against Jovinian)

The Pardoner's Tale, the Wife of Bath's Prologue, and the Franklin's Tale all draw frequent reference to St. Jerome's Epistola adversus Jovinianum. Jerome's work is also an addition to Chaucer's Prologue to a revised Legend of Good Women




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