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All things Chaucer : an encyclopedia of Chaucer's world

Author: Shannon L Rogers
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2007.
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Chaucer is the most widely read medieval author, and his works reflect the fascinating world of the Middle Ages. Suitable for students and general readers, this book includes numerous alphabetically  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Encyclopedias
Biography Encyclopedias
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Rogers, Shannon L.
All things Chaucer.
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2007
(OCoLC)607800148
Named Person: Geoffrey Chaucer; Geoffrey Chaucer
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Shannon L Rogers
ISBN: 0313332533 9780313332531 0313332541 9780313332548 0313332525 9780313332524
OCLC Number: 71044597
Description: 2 volumes (xxxvi, 507 pages) : illustrations, map ; 27 cm
Contents: Alphabetical list of entries --
Guide to related topics --
Introduction --
Chronology of important events in Chaucer's time --
ALL THINGS CHAUCER: v. 1. A-J: Abigail --
Abraham --
Absalom --
Achates --
Actacon --
Adam --
Adonis --
Aeneas --
Agriculture --
Alchemy --
Alcyone --
Aldgate --
Alexandria --
Algeciras --
Allegory and dream visions --
Allusions, Biblical --
Allusions, Classical --
Amphion --
Animals --
Apollo --
Architecture --
Ariadne --
Armor --
Astrolobe --
Astrology and Astronomy --
Bacchus --
Baptism --
Bath --
Barb --
Birds --
Birth --
Black death --
Blanche, Duchess of Lancaster --
Boar --
Boccaccio --
Boethius --
Bruges --
Burgundy --
Business and commerce --
Calendar --
Caliope --
Cambridge --
Canterbury --
Cassandra --
Castles --
Catalonia --
Cathedrals --
Childhood --
Chivalry --
Cities, towns, and villages --
Clerk --
Courtly love --
Crow --
Cuckoo --
Daedalus --
Daily life --
Daniel --
Daphne --
Deianira --
Demophon --
Dog --
Dove --
Dreams --
Eagle --
Echo --
Education --
Edward III --
Edward, the Black Prince --
Entertainment --
Estates --
Esther --
Eve --
Falcon --
Fame --
Fashion --
Feudalism --
Food --
Fortune --
Four humors --
Fox --
Franklin --
Friar --
Froissart --
Furniture --
Games --
Gentilesse --
Goose --
Great schism --
Grenada --
Hare --
Helen of Troy --
Heraldry --
Heresy --
Holidays and holy days --
Horse --
Humanism --
Hundred Years War --
Hunting --
Hygiene --
Hypsipyle --
Indulgences --
Jerusalem --
Jews --
Job --
John of Gaunt --
Joseph --
Judas --
v. 2. K-Z: Knight --
Lamech --
Law --
Leather --
Lithuania --
Lollardy --
London --
Lucrece --
Macedonia --
Manciple --
Marriage --
Medea --
Medicine --
Merchant --
Miller --
Monarchy --
Money --
Monk --
Morocco --
Music --
Names --
Narcissus --
Nun --
Pardoner --
Parson --
Peasant Revolt --
Philosophy --
Physician --
Pilgrimage --
Priapus --
Prioress --
Private houses --
Prussia --
Reeve --
Religion --
Richard II --
Rooster and Hen --
Russia --
Science --
Scrope-Grosvenor Trial --
Sex --
Sheep --
Shipman --
Sittingbourne --
Southwark --
Squire --
St. Augustine --
St. Benedict --
St. Bernard --
St. Cecilia --
St. Christopher --
St. Cuthbert --
St. Denis --
St. Dunstan --
St. Edward --
St. Egilius --
St. Frideswide --
St. Giles --
St. Jerome --
St. Julian --
St. Neot --
St. Ronan --
St. Valentine --
Stratford-at-Bow --
Summoner --
Syria --
Tapestry --
Taverns --
Teutonic Knights --
Thessaly --
Thomas a Becket --
Tournaments --
Travel --
Trojan War --
Weapons --
Westminister Abbey --
Wolf --
Wood --
Wool --
Yeoman --
Ypres --
APPENDICES: Genealogy of Edward III --
Map of route to Canterbury.
Responsibility: Shannon L. Rogers.
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