Geoffrey Chaucer - 2008 - 1327 pages
This peerless edition of Chaucer's complete works is the fruit of many years' study and is widely regarded as the standard text. Edited and annotated to a high standard, and ...
Helen Cooper - 1989 - 437 pages
Written by a group of internationally renowned scholars, the Oxford Guides to Chaucer offer complete summaries of all that is known about Chaucer's work and include fresh ...
Muriel Bowden - 2001 - 212 pages
Not only expands upon Chaucer's literary works but also affords the reader a view of the writer's personal life.
Margaret Hallissy - 1993 - 224 pages
traces Chaucer's female characterizations against a background of medieval rules and common assumptions governing women to determine where he adhered to or departed from the ...
Helen Storm Corsa - 1964 - 247 pages
An exploration of some of the ways Chaucer's vision of life and the human condition is comic. Concentrates on the early poems and "The Canterbury Tales".