Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?-1400)

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Pays : Grande-Bretagne
Langue : anglais moyen (1100-1500)
Naissance : Londres, 1340
Mort : Londres, 26-10-1400
Note :
Domaines : Littérature générale
Autres formes du nom : Geoffroy Chaucer (1340?-1400)
Džeffri Čoser (1340?-1400) (russe)
Джеффри Чосер (1340?-1400) (russe)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0003 7584 0787

Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?-1400) : œuvres (188)

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The Manuscripts of Chaucer's "Troilus", with collotype facsimiles of the various handwritings, by Robert Kilburn Root,...
Les Deux griselidis. Histoires traduites de l'anglais, l'une de Chaucer et l'autre de Miss Edgevorth

Documents sur Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?-1400) (373)

Livres (371)

Chaucer's gifts
Chaucer's verse art in its European context
Chaucer's "Squire's tale", "Franklin's tale", and "Physician's tale"
Annotated Chaucer bibliography
Chaucer's house of fame and its Boccaccian intertexts
Chaucer and fame
The Cambridge introduction to Chaucer
Chaucer and Array
Chaucer's (anti-) eroticisms and the queer Middle Ages
Chaucer, Gower, Hoccleve and the commercial practices of late fourteenth-century London
Chaucer in Denmark
Chaucer, Langland, and fourteenth-century literary history
Chaucer's afterlife
Chaucer's poetry
Chaucer and the cultures of love and marriage
Chaucer in context
Chaucer's feminine subjects
Geoffrey Chaucer
Chaucer and Italian textuality
The legacy of Apollo
Chaucer and Petrarch
Chaucer and religion
Chaucer from prentice to poet
Chaucerian aesthetics
Chaucerian spaces
Chaucer's narrators and the rhetoric of self-representation
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
Chaucer and the city
Chaucer, ethics, and gender
Chaucer and gender
Chaucer and the Norse and Celtic worlds
Chaucer and women
Chaucer's agents
Chaucer as children's literature
Chaucerian dream visions and complaints
Chaucer's jobs
The Cambridge companion to Chaucer
Chaucer and the challenges of medievalism
Chaucer's dead body
Chaucer's queer nation
Chaucer's tragic muse
Absent narratives, manuscript textuality, and literary structure in late Medieval England
Annotated Chaucer bibliography, 1986-1996
Chaucer and Boccaccio
Chaucer and the discourse of German philology
Chaucer and the Jews
Chaucer's church
Chaucer's cultural geography
Chaucer's Italian tradition
Chaucer and language
The Chaucerian apocrypha
Chaucer's body
Chaucer's "legal fiction"
A companion to Chaucer
Chaucer and war
Chaucer at large
Chaucer's dream visions
Chaucer's England
Chaucer's philosophical visions
Chaucer A to Z
Chaucer and the energy of creation
Chaucer in perspective
Chaucer's dream visions and shorter poems
Chaucer's French contemporaries
Chaucer and his English contemporaries
Chaucer and the late medieval world
Chaucer and the trivium
Chaucer et les cultures d'expression française
Chaucer's biblical poetics
Chaucer's "Legendary good women"
Chaucer's open books
A catalogue of Chaucer manuscripts Vol. 2
Chaucer's dream poetry
Chaucer's gardens and the language of convention
Auf der Suche nach dem idealen Buch
Chaucer and the politics of discourse
Chaucer's chain of love
Music in the age of Chaucer
The shorter poems
A bibliography of writings on Chaucer's English
Boccaccio's and Chaucer's Cressida
A catalogue of Chaucer manuscripts Volume I
Chaucer and the mystics
Chaucer on love, knowledge and sight
Chaucer's humor
Narrative, authority and power
American dream visions
Chaucerian realism
Chaucer's Ovidian arts of love
The authorship of the Equatorie of the planetis
Chaucer and his readers
Chaucer and his readers
Chaucer's "Boece" and the medieval tradition of Boethius
Chaucer's world
Chaucer and his world
Chaucer's England
The importance of Chaucer
The life of Geoffrey Chaucer
"Many a song and many a leccherous lay"
Chaucer and the fictions of gender
Chaucer and the tradition of the "Roman antique"
A Chaucer gazetteer
The age of Saturn
An "Ars legendi" for Chaucer's "Canterbury tales"
Chaucer and fifteenth-century poetry
Chaucer and Gower
Chaucer and his French contemporaries
Chaucer and medieval preaching
Chaucer and the subject of history
Chaucer's Dante
Chaucer and fifteenth century verse and prose
Chaucer and the social contest
Chaucer's measuring eye
Chaucer's women
Chaucer and Langland
Chaucer's sexual poetics
Chaucer name dictionary
Chaucer's universe
A Bibliography of Chaucer
Chaucer and the art of storytelling
Chaucer and the Bible
Chaucer and the law
Chaucer and the text
Chaucerian play
Chaucer's prosody
Chaucer's "Romaunt of the rose" and "Boece", "Treatise on the astrolabe", "Equatorie of the planetis", lost works and Chaucerian apocrypha
Chaucer's poetics and the modern reader
The Essential Chaucer
Chaucer, his life, his works, his world
Chaucer name dictionary
The Cambridge Chaucer companion
Chaucer : a bibliographical introduction
Chaucer and the craft of fiction
Chaucer and the cult of Saint Valentine
Chaucer in the eighties
Chaucer's drama of style
Chaucer and the early writing of Boccaccio
Chaucer on interpretation
Chaucer's narrators
Chaucer source and analogue criticism
Chaucer and Dante
Chaucer and scriptural tradition
Chaucer : the poet as a storyteller
A Guide to Chaucer's language
The Cast of character
Chaucer and the Italian Trecento
Chaucerian Shakespeare
Chaucer's lyrics and " Anelida and Arcite "
Chaucer and pagan antiquity
Chaucer and the poems of « Ch » in University of Pennsylvania Ms French 15
Chaucer's dream poetry
Chaucer and Menippean satire
Chaucer : an introduction
Chaucer testone medievale
Anglo-Scottish literary relations
Chaucer, Langland and the creative imagination
Chaucer's « art poetical »
Chaucer's early poetry
Chaucer among the gods
A Chaucer glossary
A Chaucer glossary
Chaucerian problems and perspectives
Chaucer in early English dictionaries
Chaucer's language and the philosophers' tradition
Chaucer and his world
Chaucer at Oxford and at Cambridge
Chaucer's English
Chaucer and medieval estates satire
Chaucer and the country of the stars
Chaucer the maker
A Reading of the "Canterbury tales"
Chaucer life-records
Chaucer and the consolation of philosophy of Boethius
The Chaucer canon
Chaucer and the music of the 14th century, a part of a dissertation... by Clair Colby Olson
Animadversions uppon the annotacions and corrections of some imperfections of impressiones of Chaucer's workes [sett downe before tyme and nowe] reprinted in the yere of Our Lorde 1598
Chancer's relative constructions
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