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  1. Geoffrey Chaucer (Bloom's Classic Critical Views)
  2. Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales (Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations)
  3. The Canterbury Tales (original-spelling Middle English edition) (Penguin Classics) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2005-08-30
  4. Chaucer: Ackroyd's Brief Lives (Ackroyd Brief Lives) by Peter Ackroyd, 2005-01-18
  5. The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: The House of Fame:the Legend of Good Women: The Treatise On the Astrolabe: With an Account of the Sources of the ... Tales.[V. 4] the Canterbury Tales: Text by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2010-05-12
  6. The Canterbury Tales (Puffin Classics) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 1997-08-01
  7. The Canterbury Tales (Norton Critical Editions) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2005-05-17
  8. The Canterbury Tales (Oxford World's Classics) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2008-05-15
  9. Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog: Medieval Studies and New Media (The New Middle Ages) by Brantley L. Bryant, 2010-05-15
  10. Canterbury Tales by GEOFFREY CHAUCER, 2007-11-06
  11. Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales: A Casebook (Casebooks in Criticism)
  12. The Canterbury Tales (Leather Bound) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 1978
  13. The Canterbury Tales: A Selection (Penguin Classics) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2009-07-28
  14. The Canterbury Tales (Modern Library Classics) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2009-11-10

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Petrarch's To the intense affection, frequently expressed, of Hoccleve, we owe the first and best of Chaucer's portraits, familiar through reproduction. It appears in the margin of "The Governail of Princes", or "De Regimine Principum" (Harl. MS. 4866, in British Museum). In it we see Chaucer, limned from memory, in his familiar hood and gown, rosary Aristotle calls "high and excellent seriousness". But "high seriousness" is not quite the note of the fourteenth century. Chaucer's is the master-note (submerged all over Europe since the Reformation) of joy. This brings us to the question of his personal religion. Our Lady which is beautifully apparent in his pages, and which Hoccleve mentions in recalling his memory; but dramatic exigencies, Boccaccio's The standard recent editions of Chaucer are: (1) "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales Annotated and Accented, with Illustrations of English Life in Chaucer's Time. New and revised edition, with illustrations from the Ellesmere MS." (Saunder's ed., London, 1894); (2) "The Student's Chaucer; being a Complete Edition of his Works" (Skeat ed., Oxford, 1895); (3) "The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, edited from numerous Manuscripts" (Skeat ed. 7 vols., Oxford, 1894-7); (4) "The Canterbury Tales done into Modern English, by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat" (The King's Classics Series, Gollancz ed., 1904). LOUISE IMOGEN GUINEY
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2. Geoffrey Chaucer (1342-1400) "The Canterbury Tales" (in Middle English And Moder
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Geoffrey Chaucer, an English poet, was born in 1342. Historians are uncertain about his exact date of birth. Geoffrey's well-to-do parents, John Chaucer and Agnes Copton, possessed several buildings in the vintage quarter in London. Not much is known about Geoffrey's school career. He must have had some education in Latin and Greek. Out of school he went on as a page in the household of the Countess of Ulster. Chaucer rose in royal employment and became a knight of the shire for Kent. As a member of the king's household, Chaucer was sent on diplomatic errands throughout Europe. From all these activities, he gained the knowledge of society that made it possible to write The Canterbury Tales . Chaucer died in October 1400 and was buried in Westminster Abbey in London. He was the first of those that are gathered in what we now know as the Poet's Corner in Westminster Abbey.
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Geoffrey Chaucer is recognized as one of England's greatest poets. Modern study of the setting of his art has made clear that in his work there is a range of subtlety surpassing that of all other medieval writers, with the exception of Dante . He is best remembered for The Canterbury Tales
Chaucer wrote for and may have read his works aloud to a select audience of fellow courtiers and officials, which doubtless sometimes included members of the royal family. The culture of the English upper class was still predominantly French, and Chaucer's earliest works were influenced by the fashionable French poets Guillaume de Machaut and Jean Froissart and by the great 13th-century dream allegory Le Roman de la Rose , by the French poets Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun. The common theme of these works is courtly love.

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Chaucer Geoffrey (1343-1400), uwa¿any za ojca poezji angielskiej, najwybitniejszy pisarz Anglii przed W. Shakespearem . Wywodzi³ siê z rodziny plebejskiej, ale uzyska³ gruntowne wykszta³cenie i szlachectwo. Pe³ni³ szereg wysokich urzêdów zwi±zanych z dworem królewskim oraz odbywa³ podró¿e dyplomatyczne. Pose³ do izby ni¿szej parlamentu. W uznaniu zas³ug pochowano go w opactwie westminsterskim, gdzie odt±d grzebie siê znanych pisarzy angielskich. G. Chaucer w pocz±tkach swojej twórczo¶ci wzorowa³ siê na dworskiej i mi³osnej poezji francuskich truwerów , potem pod wp³ywem wczesnorenesansowych dzie³ A. Dantego F. Petrarki i G. Boccaccia Arcydzie³em poezji angielskiej jest rozleg³y poemat Canterbury Tales - Opowie¶ci kanterberyjskie (1387-1392, druk ok. 1478; fragmenty w jêzyku polskim w  Antologii liryki angielskiej 1907). Jego tzw. ramowa kompozycja scala szereg opowie¶ci pielgrzymów do Canterbury , tworz±c realistyczny i barwny obraz ¶redniowiecznej Anglii, pe³en pogodnego humoru.

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G eoffrey Chaucer pursued many occupations during his life: soldier, diplomat, intelligence officer, construction supervisor, Controller of Customs, and member of Parliament. Yet, it is for his literary accomplishments that he has achieved enduring fame. The Canterbury Tales , never completed, represents his magnum opus and the crowning achievement of his life. H e began work on The Canterbury Tales about 1387, and intended for each of his thirty pilgrims to tell four tales, two while traveling to Canterbury and two while traveling from Canterbury. However, only twenty-three pilgrims received a story before Chaucer's death in 1400. C haucer's Tales quickly spread throughout England in the early fifteenth century. Scholars feel The Canterbury Tales reached their instant and continued success because of their accurate and oftentimes vivid portrayal of human nature, unchanged through 600 years since Chaucer's time. George Macy, founder of The Limited Editions Club wrote on The Canterbury Tales: . . . it has been said of The Canterbury Tales that all of humanity moves through its pages. The stories are full of an inimitable humor, at once friendly and shrewd. The points are often made casually, often with bludgeon strokes, but they are always human and illuminating.

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The outstanding English poet before William Shakespeare. Chaucer is remembered as the author of Canterbury Tales, which ranks as one of the greatest epic works of world literature. Chaucer made a crucial contribution to English literature in using English at a time when much court poetry was still written in Anglo-Norman or Latin. Although he spent one of two brief periods of disfavor, Chaucer lived the whole of his life close the centers of English power.
'My lige lady, generally,' quod he,
'Wommen desiren to have sovereynetee
As wel over hir housbond as hir love.'
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Ceoffrey Chaucer was born in London. His name was of French origin and meant shoemaker in French. He was the son of a prosperous wine merchant and deputy to the kings's butler, and his wife Agnes. Little is known of his early education, but his works show that he could read French, Latin, and Italian.
When his wife died, according to records, Chaucer was sued for debt. Several of his friend were executed by the Merciless Parliament. In 1389 Richard II regained control and Chaucer reentered the service of the crown as Clerk of the King's Works, to upkeep and repair governmental buildings in and out of London. Later 1390s he received royal gifts and pensions. Chaucer seems to have been in attendance (1395-96) on Henry Bolingbroke, John of Gaunt's son, who deposed Richard II in 1399 and who, as Henry IV, increased Chaucer's annuity.

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12. Geoffrey Chaucer (ca.1343-1400)
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13. The Geoffrey Chaucer Website Homepage
Features materials from Harvard University's chaucer classes.Category Arts Literature Authors C chaucer, geoffrey...... This site provides materials for Harvard University's chaucer classes in the CoreProgram, the English Department, and the Division of Continuing Education.

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Chronology The Canterbury Tales Teach Yourself Chaucer ... Site Index Click on one of the subject buttons above, or click on Site Index to search for specific topics or titles. Recent additions: Derek Pearsall's Thirty Year Bibliography
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This site provides materials for Harvard University's Chaucer classes in the Core Program, the English Department, and the Division of Continuing Education. (Others of course are welcome to use it.) It provides a wide range of glossed Middle English texts and translations of analogues relevant to Chaucer's works, as well as selections from relevant works by earlier and later writers, critical articles from a variety of perspectives, graphics, and general information on life in the Middle Ages. At the moment the site concentrates on the Canterbury Tales, but the longer-term goal is to create a more general Chaucer page.
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High school teachers and students might find this NEH site useful and interesting (click the icon):

14. An Annotated Guide To Online Resources
Directory describes and reviews all of the chaucer resources to which it offers links. Find images, glossaries, bios, commentary and texts. to Emily Gold of the chaucer MetaPage. Reviewed and recommended H. Fisher's Essential chaucer bibliography (19001984) is now edition of The Riverside chaucer (1987) costs more than



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The purpose of this site is not to duplicate the vast amount of Chaucer material that has appeared on the internet in the last five years, but to sift and sort. Suggestions for additions are welcome. what's new
Fixed CT search form on sidebar. Midsize link update (mended links to pages that had moved, deleted those that had expired, added some new sites on the basis of visitor suggestions ); many thanks to Emily Gold of the Chaucer MetaPage. Reviewed and recommended in Choice magazine . Highly recommended: Daniel T. Kline's Electronic Canterbury Tales Project , a comprehensive guide to online texts and commentary, organized by tale. Here at Site search engine now available. A new (albeit sparsely populated) section on sources and analogues. Multiple additions to the bibliography, biography, commentary, images, language, and teaching sections. Mark Allen and John H. Fisher's Essential Chaucer bibliography (1900-1984) is now online. New, more memorable URL:

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Literary and historical background of the tales, includes a timeline of the 14th century illustrated by Froissart. Tales. chaucer reading from Troilus and Criseyde Age of chaucer) online bibliography of chaucer studies published from to find essays about chaucer and his works, including
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Chaucer reading from Troilus and Criseyde This web page, which is under construction, is intended to provide an extra resource for students in Eng 404. You will find a link to the SAC ( Studies in the Age of Chaucer ) online bibliography of Chaucer studies published from 1975-to the present. This is the best resource to use to find essays about Chaucer and his works, including individual Canterbury Tales. In order to access this bibliography, your web browser must be configured for a telnet application. After you have made the connection, type "library," and press "Enter;" then type "chau." Type slowly. You can find citations for essays on individual tales and pilgrims either by doing a keyword search or a subject search. When you have finished using the bibliography, type "stop." You will also find links here to three different versions of the Canterbury Tales, one in Middle English with glosses, one in Middle English, and a Modern English translation. In addition there are links to resources on other servers that provide information about Chaucer's literary context as well as the Medieval Sourcebook that has a vast collection of primary sources. The Chaucer Metapage is a work in progress which links the pages of a number of different Chaucer scholars. The different pages linked by the Metapage provide a wealth of information including bibliographies and secondary sources. In particular, Larry Benson's page provides a brief summary of each tale as well as information about sources and analogues, basic themes, and information about the relevant literary genres for each tale. If you are working on an assignment, that should be one of your first stops.

16. Chaucer, Geoffrey - Chaucer MetaPage
Huge directory has links to chaucer biographies, "Canterbury Tales" resources, texts and sites about life in the Middle Ages. Links to Dan Kline's chaucer Pedagogy Page and Electronic of medievalists interested in promoting chaucer studies on the WWW. provide navigation aides for chaucer resources on the WWW

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10 October 2002 What's New? Links to Dan Kline's Chaucer Pedagogy Page and Electronic Canterbury Tales have been repaired. What is the Chaucer MetaPage? This project was initiated at the 33rd International Congress of Medieval Studies by a group of medievalists interested in promoting Chaucer studies on the WWW. Its aims are:
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Homepage for a course on chaucer provides a chronology of his life, a glossary, illustrations, and links to texts and research materials. Medieval Resources. chaucer. Early English Drama. geoffrey chaucer. Chronology
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18. Hanly's Chaucer Scriptorium
Provides links to chaucer resources on the Internet, reference pages for students, and photos of notable buildings in the city of Canterbury.
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The Scriptorium was created for a graduate Chaucer seminar at Washington State University (English 555) in Spring semester, 1996; since that time, it has functioned as the Chaucer and Medieval Literature cyber-center for my classes at all levels, and for any scholars and students who can make use of it.
Any questions about any of this? You know where to find me. M. Hanly
Chaucer Resources on the Web:
This collection of links is by no means comprehensive, but should suffice to give a sense of the many Web resources available.
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Studies in the Age of Chaucer Bibliography
A colossal endeavor by Prof. Mark Allen of UTSA; this is one of the most useful tools available for the study of Chaucer, a searchable, annotated bibliography of every book and article written about Chaucer for the last several years. It will eventually go back about 25 years. The annotations are excellent and will give you a good idea whether or not you need to look at the work.

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