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Chaucer

Author: Corinne Saunders
Publisher: Oxford : Blackwell, 2001.
Series: Blackwell guides to criticism.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents a comprehensive selection of the key views of Chaucer in the twentieth century. This volume addresses the growth of Chaucer criticism over the centuries. It reflects the three major  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Handbooks and manuals
Handbooks, manuals, etc
études diverses
Named Person: Geoffrey Chaucer; Geoffrey Chaucer; Geoffrey Chaucer; Geoffrey Chaucer; Geoffrey Chaucer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Corinne Saunders
ISBN: 0631217118 9780631217114 0631217126 9780631217121
OCLC Number: 248145283
Notes: Literaturverz. S. [327] - 349.
Description: XI, 356 Seiten : Illustrationen.
Contents: Introduction.Part I: The Development of Chaucer Criticism:Chaucer's Reading and Audience: Critical Extracts'The English and European Literary Traditions': Derek Brewer:Introduction.Reading.From 'Chaucer: The Teller and the Tale': Gabriel Joipovici:Introduction.Reading.From 'Audience': Paul Strohm:Introduction.Reading.PArt II: Dream Vision Poetry:Dream Vision Poetry: Critical Extracts. 'The Lady White and the White Tablet: The Book of the Duchess': Judith Ferster:Introduction.Reading.' "The Dido Episode," in The House of Fame': Wolfgang Clemen.Introduction.Reading.'Chaucer's Fame and Her World: The Poem': Piero Boitani:Introduction.Reading.'Park of Paradise and Garden of Love': J. A. W. Bennett:Introduction.Reading.'The Parliament of Fowls': A. C. Spearing:Introduction.Reading.'The Narrator as Translator': Donald W. Rowe:Introduction.Reading.'Chaucer's Classical Legendary': Lisa J. Kiser:Introduction.Reading.Part III: Troilus and Criseyde:Troilus and Criseyde: Critical Extracts.From 'The Ending of Troilus': E. Talbot Donaldson:Introduction.Reading.From 'The Heart and the Chain': John Leyerle:Introduction.Reading.From 'Criseyde: Woman in Medieval Society': David Aers:Introduction.Reading.'Coda: The Narrator': B David Benson:Introduction.Reading.'History versus Romance': Lee Patterson.PArt IV: The Canterbury Tales:The Canterbury Tales: Critical Extracts.From 'The Unity of the Canterbury Tales': Robert M. Jordan:Introduction.Reading.'The Esthetics of this Form': Donald R. Howard:Introduction.Reading.'An Encyclopedia of Kinds': Helen Cooper:Introduction.Reading.From ' The Night's Tale and Its Settings': V. A. Kolve:Introduction.Reading.'Fabliau, Confession, Satire': W. A. Davenport:Introduction.Reading.'Gems of Chastity': Ian Bishop:Introduction.Reading.From 'Antifeminism': Jill Mann:Introduction.Reading.From 'The Franklin's Tale': Angela Jane Weisl:Introduction.Reading.From 'Glose/Bele Chose: The Wife of Bath and Her Glossators' and 'Eunuch Hermeneutics': Carolyn Dinshaw:Introduction.Reading.Bibliography.
Series Title: Blackwell guides to criticism.
Responsibility: ed. by Corinne Saunders.

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