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The Riverside Chaucer (Oxford Paperbacks) - Geoffrey Chaucer
The Riverside Chaucer (Oxford Paperbacks)
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This peerless new edition of Chaucer's complete works is the fruit of many years' study, and replaces Robinson's famous edition, long regarded as the standard text. Freshly edited and annotated, the "Riverside Chaucer" is now the indispensable edition for students and readers of Chaucer.
This peerless new edition of Chaucer's complete works is the fruit of many years' study, and replaces Robinson's famous edition, long regarded as the standard text. Freshly edited and annotated, the "Riverside Chaucer" is now the indispensable edition for students and readers of Chaucer.
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780192821096 (0192821091)
ASIN: 192821091
Publisher: Oxford Paperbacks
Pages no: 327
Edition language: English
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Vellichor Afternoons
Vellichor Afternoons rated it
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Completely edited with the attitude, 'Well, psh, if you don't know what 'scarpenfradish' means then too bad, NO GLOSS FOR YOU. However, we will happily tell you that 'wyf' is 'wife'. Neener Neener.'Chaucer rocks, though.
Author Beth Revis
Author Beth Revis rated it
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If you're looking for some Chaucer, this is the best, most comprehensive collection of his work. If you're not looking for some Chaucer, well, then this book would just be a silly choice.
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog rated it
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The Franklin's Tale is the last of the thematically linked "Marriage Group" and apparently some critics think it is meant to be Chaucer's view on the subject; marital success comes from understanding, forgiveness and hard work. It's a "rash promise" story where-in some-one instead of making an outri...
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