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In this study, Norman Klassen shows how Chaucer explores the complexity of the relationship between love and kwledge through recourse to the motif of sight. The convention of love at first sight involves love, kwledge, and sight, but insists that the claims of love and the realm of the rational are in strict opposition. In the metaphysical tradition, however, the relationship between love, kwledge and sight is more complex, manifesting both qualities of opposition and of symbiosis, similar to that found in late medieval natural philosophy.The author argues that Chaucer is urthodox in exploiting the possibilities for using sight both to express emotional experience and to accentuate rationality at the same time. The conventional opposition of love and kwledge in the phemen of love at first sight gives way in Chaucer's development of love, kwledge, and sight to a symbiosis in his love poetry. The complexity of this relationship draws attention to his own role as artificer, as one who in the process of articulating the effects of love at first sight cant help but bring together love and kwledge in ways t anticipated by the conventions of love poetry. Norman Klassen is a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada postdoctorial fellow at the Centre for Medieval Studies and the Department of English Language and Literature at the University of Minnesota.