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(13) I would seek to go further, and to argue that against all expectation, she shows something we might call virtuous 'clerkliness' in her reading, her interpretation, of Walter's behaviour.
This is a product of Griselda's wilful use of logic, her clerkliness, to which I shall return; here it suffices to note that she is, in effect, playing with definitions.
1128-29); and this happiness must be seen as the triumph of clerkliness, of interpretation.