1625-8 ‘For of Fortunes sharpe adversitee’: how does this language of fortune fit with Pandarus’s role as adviser in the poem?

1648-9 ‘Frend, as I am trewe knight, / And by that feith I shal to God and yow’: does what Troilus swears by give insight into his character?

1681-2 Nought nedeth it to yow … To axe at me: the poem’s narrative voice implies a particular kind of audience – how does this shape the development of the narrative?

1690 For ech of hem gan otheres lust obeye: this suggests a complete mutual consideration and respect between the lovers – how much is this borne out by what we see?