9780155060418

The Complete Poetry and Prose of Geoffrey Chaucer

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    9780155060418

  • ISBN10:

    0155060414

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1/5/2011
  • Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing

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Summary

THE COMPLETE POETRY AND PROSE OF GEOFFREY CHAUCER is intended to make Chaucer's texts accessible with a minimum of scholary interference. The critical, biographical, and linguistic essays are grouped at the end so as not to impede the approach to the text. By doing so, the student is able to enjoy the richness and humor of The Canterbury Tales as well as the beauty of Troylus and Criseyde. This collection will create a deeper appreciation for Chaucer and his genius.

Table of Contents

Preface
Canterbury Tales
Introduction
Introduction
General Prologue
The Knight's Tale
The Miller's Tale
The Reeve's Tale
The Cook's Tale
Introduction
The Man of Law's Tale
Introduction
The Wife of Bath's Tale
The Friar's Tale
The Summoner's Tale
Introduction
The Clerk's Tale
The Merchant's Tale
Introduction
The Squire's Tale
The Franklin's Tale
Introduction
The Physician's Tale
The Pardoner's Tale
Introduction
The Shipman's Tale
The Prioress's Tale
The Tale of Sir Thopas
The Tale of Melibee
The Monk's Tale
The Nun's Priest's Tale
Introduction
The Second Nun's Tale
The Canon's Yeoman's Tale
Introduction
The Manciple's Tale
Introduction
The Parson's Tale
Chaucer's Retraction
Troylus and Criseyde
Introduction
Book of the Duchess
Introduction
Parliament of Fowls
Introduction
House of Fame
Introduction
Legend of Good Women
Introduction
F Prologue
G Prologue
The Legends
Short Poems
Introduction
Prier a Nostre Dame (An ABC)
Anelida and Arcite
Complaint of Mars (The Brooch of Thebes)
Complaint of Venus
A Complaint unto Pity
A Balade of Pity (A Complaint to His Lady)
Womanly Noblesse (Balade That Chaucer Made)
To Rosemounde
Proverbe of Chaucer
Fortune
Balade de Bon Conseil (Truth)
Moral Balade of Gentilesse
The Former Age
Lack of Steadfastnesse
To Adam Scriveyn
Lenvoy de Chaucer a Bukton
Lenvoy de Chaucer a Scogan
Complaint of Chaucer to His Purse
Poems Not Attributed to Chaucer in the Manuscripts
Mercilesse Beaute
Against Women Unconstant
An Amorous Complaint Made at Windsor (Complaynt Damours)
Romaunt of the Rose
Introduction
Boece
Introduction
Treatise on the Astrolabe
Introduction
Equatorie of the Planetis
Introduction
Chaucer in His Time
Chaucer's Language and Versification
The Text of This Edition
Bibliography
Classifications
Abbreviations in This Edition
Index of Authors
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