Corinne Saunders
Wiley, 21.12.2001 - 368 Seiten
This comprehensive collection of the major critical views of Chaucer's works over time engages students with the entire critical history.

  • Introduces students to the critical discourse on Chaucer's works from a historical perspective.
  • Encourages students to make links between past and present criticism.
  • Foregrounds those modern approaches that are genuinely productive.
  • Avoids a formulaic approach through lively editorial commentary and judicious selection of texts.

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Über den Autor (2001)

Corinne Saunders is Lecturer at the University of Durham. Her previous publications include Forest of Medieval Romance (1993) and Rape and Ravishment in the Literature of Medieval England (2001).

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