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The Canterbury Tales by. GEOFFREY CHAUCER. A READER-FRIENDLY EDITION. Put into modern spelling by. MICHAEL MURPHY. GENERAL PROLOGUE. LIFE OF CHAUCER. THE CANTERBURY TALES. The General Prologue. The Knight's Tale. The Miller's tale. The Reeve's Tale. The Cook's Tale. The Man of. The Age of Chaucer. The Prologue from The Canterbury Tales. Poem by Geoffrey Chaucer Translated by Nevill Coghill did you know? Geoffrey Chaucer.
No part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage or retrieval systems, without permission in writing from the publisher. ISBN hardcover 1. Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. Canterbury tales. Tales, Medieval— History and criticism.
What was Chaucer's social class?
How did he come into contact with the aristocracy? What were his various professional activities? Chaucer's sensitivity to issues of class and what one might call nobility of character as distinct from nobility of birth are expressed in his ballad "Nobility".
Chaucer's interest in issues of social class is also reflected in his choice of the genre known as Estates Satire for the General Prologue.
Read carefully through the online reading on The Medieval Estates ; you are responsible for this material on both quizzes and exams. Know the meaning of the term "frame narrative" and what Italian work author and title was a model of this genre if not a source for Chaucer see NA intro p.
Know what is meant by the "fragments" of the Canterbury Tales see NA intro p. Know what is meant by Chaucer's "Retraction" see final page of NA.
PDF file, as well as the text itself, available on e-reserve in a separate. PDF file along with the Parson's Prologue. Know which of our Chaucer readings was an early work which predates the Canterbury Tales collection, the title under which it was originally known, and what Italian work author and title was its primary source. How many Canterbury Tales were originally planned?
The Friar's Prologue. The Friar's Tale. The Summoner's Prologue. The Summoner's Tale. Group 4 The Clerk's Prologue. The Clerk's Tale Part I. Incipit secunda pars. Incipit tercia pars. Sequitur pars quinta.
Part VI. Lenvoy de Chaucer. The Merchant's Prologue. The Merchant's Tale. The Merchant's Epilogue. Group 5 The Squire's Prologue. The Squire's Tale Part I. Incipit pars tercia. The Franklin's words to the Squire.
The Franklin's Prologue.
The Franklin's Tale. Group 6 The Physician's Tale. The Introduction to the Pardoner's Tale. The Pardoner's Prologue.
The Pardoner's Tale. Group 7 The Shipman's Tale. The Words of the Host to the Prioress.
The Prioress' Prologue. The Prioress' Tale. The Prologue to the Tale of Sir Thopas.
Fitt II. The Tale of Melibee. The Monk's Prologue. The Monk's Tale Lucifer. Pedro of Castille.
De Petro Rege de Cipro. De Barnabo de Lumbardia.
De Hugelino Comite de Pize. De Oloferno. De Rege Antiocho illustri. De Alexandro.