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Part I of this bibliography has five major sections. They provide guidance in approaching Chaucer’s work taken as a whole. The first section lists bibliographies of work on Chaucer, including bibliographical handbooks and indices. The second section provides information on Chaucer’s texts and canon. Included here are listings of facsimiles, editions, textual studies, studies of the.
The Chaucer Review: An Indexed Bibliography Vols. 1-30. Browse the Subject Index. Search by Keyword. View the entire list for printing. Introduction. The Chaucer Review is essential reading for Chaucerians at all levels of study. More than any other resource, it provides a record of most of the significant trends in medieval and Chaucer scholarship for the past three decades. It has, however.
The aim of the Chaucer Bibliographies is to provide a complete listing and assessment of scholarship and criticism on the writings of Geoffrey Chaucer, and on his life, time, and historical context.
Mooney and many other scholars identify several other surviving manuscripts of Chaucer’s works as written by this scribe, earlier dubbed “Hand B”: thus, of Chaucer’s Boece, of Troilus and Criseyde (fragmentary), of another fragmentary copy of the Tales, and of El. Mooney also suggests that Adam Pinkhurst might have worked as Chaucer’s scribe in the customs house, while Chaucer was.
Uncovering important new information about Chaucer’s travels, private life, and the early circulation of his writings, this innovative biography documents a series of vivid episodes, moving from the commercial wharves of London to the frescoed chapels of Florence and the kingdom of Navarre, where Christians, Muslims, and Jews lived side by side. The narrative recounts Chaucer’s experiences.
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