Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?-1400)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais moyen (1100-1500)
Birth : Londres, 1340
Death : Londres, 26-10-1400
Note :
Field : Littérature générale
Variants of the name : Geoffroy Chaucer (1340?-1400)
Džeffri Čoser (1340?-1400) (russe)
Джеффри Чосер (1340?-1400) (russe)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0003 7584 0787

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The poet and the antiquaries
Chaucer and religious controversies in the medieval and early modern eras
God's patients
Tolkien's lost Chaucer
Geoffrey Chaucer in context
Chaucer and the subversion of form
Chaucer's scribes
Chaucer's gifts
Chaucer's verse art in its European context
Thomas Hoccleve
The wife of Bath in afterlife
Chaucer's "Squire's tale", "Franklin's tale", and "Physician's tale"
Geoffrey Chaucer
Annotated Chaucer bibliography
Chaucer's house of fame and its Boccaccian intertexts
Reading women in late medieval Europe
Passion and precision
Geoffrey Chaucer
Chaucer and fame
The Cambridge introduction to Chaucer
Feminized counsel and the literature of advice in England, 1380-1500
Transporting Chaucer
Il poema onirico
Chaucer and Array
Chaucer's (anti-) eroticisms and the queer Middle Ages
Chaucer, Langland, and fourteenth-century literary history
Chaucer in Denmark
Practicing literary theory in the Middle Ages
Chaucer's afterlife
Chaucer, Gower, Hoccleve and the commercial practices of late fourteenth-century London
An introduction to Geoffrey Chaucer
Dreams, medicine, and literary practice
Chaucer's poetry
Rethinking Chaucerian beasts
Chaucer in context
Playing the Canterbury tales
Chaucer and the cultures of love and marriage
Shame and guilt in Chaucer
Geoffrey Chaucer, figura clave en la transición de la época medieval al Renacimiento
Chaucer's feminine subjects
Chaucer and Italian textuality
Twentieth-century Chaucer criticism
Geoffrey Chaucer
Reason and imagination in Chaucer, the perle-poet, and the cloud-author
The Kelmscott Chaucer
Ecofeminist subjectivities
Chaucer and religion
Geoffrey Chaucer hath a blog
The legacy of Apollo
Medievalism, multilingualism, and Chaucer
Sacred and profane in Chaucer and medieval literature
Serious play
Die Sprache Chaucers
Standing in the shadow of the master?
Chaucer and Petrarch
Comedy in Chaucer and Boccaccio
Telling images
Constructing Chaucer
The cycle of Troy in Geoffrey Chaucer
From Chaucer's Pardoner to Shakespeare's Iago
Wisdom and chivalry
Chaucer's narrators and the rhetoric of self-representation
The visual object of desire in late medieval England
Chaucerian spaces
Chaucerian aesthetics
Geoffrey Chaucer and the poetics of disguise
Chaucer from prentice to poet
The sources of Chaucer's poetics
Chaucer's "The Knight's tale" and the limits of human order in the pagan world
All things Chaucer
American Chaucers
Approaches to teaching Chaucer's "Troilus and Criseyde" and the shorter poems
Chaucer and Langland
Chaucer and the culture of dissent
Chaucer and the making of optical space
Chaucerian conflict
Chaucer nella Pavia dei Visconti
Chaucer's visions of manhood
The court poetry of Chaucer
Language and the declining world in Chaucer, Dante, and Jean de Meun
Parliament and literature in late medieval England
Venus' owne clerk
Chaucer, ethics, and gender
Print culture and the medieval author
Chaucer and the city
Non-European women in Chaucer
The Yale companion to Chaucer
The Palgrave literary dictionary of Chaucer
Chaucer and women
Chaucer and the Norse and Celtic worlds
A companion to the Middle English lyric
Sources of the "Boece"
Chaucer and gender
Chaucer's agents
Chaucer as children's literature
Chaucerian dream visions and complaints
Ethics and exemplary narrative in Chaucer and Gower
A new Midrashic reading of Geoffrey Chaucer
The French fetish from Chaucer to Shakespeare
Chaucer's jobs
Queering medieval genres
Medieval rhetoric
Chaucer's queer nation
New readings of Chaucer's poetry
The language of the Chaucer tradition
Chaucer and the challenges of medievalism
Letteratura e legge nel Trecento inglese
The Orient in Chaucer and medieval romance
The Oxford companion to Chaucer
Traditions and renewals
Who murdered Chaucer?
Literary character
The Cambridge companion to Chaucer
Chaucer's tragic muse
A lexical concordance to the works of Geoffrey Chaucer
Chaucer's dead body
Chaucer and Boccaccio
Congenial souls
Chaucer and the discourse of German philology
Time and the astrolabe in "The Canterbury tales"
Chaucer and the Jews
Feminizing Chaucer
Sacrifice your love
Annotated Chaucer bibliography, 1986-1996
Chaucer's Italian tradition
Absent narratives, manuscript textuality, and literary structure in late Medieval England
Chaucer's church
Chaucer's cultural geography
Chaucer's "legal fiction"
Chaucer's body
Essays on the art of Chaucer's verse
The complete critical guide to Geoffrey Chaucer
Music, body, and desire in medieval culture
Clerks and courtiers
Marriage contracts from Chaucer to the Renaissance stage
The Chaucerian apocrypha
Pagans, Tartars, Moslems, and Jews in Chaucer's "Canterbury tales"
Chaucer and language
Chaucer's dream visions
A companion to Chaucer
Chaucer at large
Closure in "The Canterbury tales"
Chaucer and war
Chaucer's philosophical visions
Chaucer's England
Chaucer A to Z
Chaucer and the energy of creation
Chaucer in perspective
Chaucer's dream visions and shorter poems
Chaucer's French contemporaries
Understanding Chaucer's intellectual and interpretative world
Chaucer and the late medieval world
The making of Chaucer's English
Writing after Chaucer
The performance of Middle English culture
Critical essays on Geoffrey Chaucer
Chaucer and his English contemporaries
Refiguring Chaucer in the Renaissance
Chaucer's "Legendary good women"
Chaucer et les cultures d'expression française
Chaucer's open books
Chaucer and the trivium
Translations of Chaucer and Virgil
Desiring discourse
Chaucer translator
Chaucer's biblical poetics
Gender and language in Chaucer
Chaucer's gardens and the language of convention
Pseudo-autobiography in the fourteenth century
Chaucer's dream poetry
A catalogue of Chaucer manuscripts Vol. 2
Chaucer and the politics of discourse
Chaucer's chain of love
Auf der Suche nach dem idealen Buch
Chaucer and the mystics
A bibliography of writings on Chaucer's English
Geoffrey Chaucer
Chaucer on love, knowledge and sight
Boccaccio's and Chaucer's Cressida
Conquering the reign of femeny
Virgil in medieval England
A catalogue of Chaucer manuscripts Volume I
The shorter poems
Literary nominalism and the theory of rereading late medieval texts
Music in the age of Chaucer
The melancholy muse
American dream visions
Chaucer's Ovidian arts of love
A complete concordance to the works of Geoffrey Chaucer XI-XII
Chaucer's humor
The naked text
Chaucerian realism
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