Brown, Peter. (Eds.) () A new companion to Chaucer /MLA Citation
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A new companion to Chaucer /
edited by Peter Brown.
|Published:||Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, 2019.|
Blackwell companions to literature and culture ; 101.
|Topics:||Literature and society - England - History - To 1500. | Civilization, Medieval, in literature. | POETRY / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh. | Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400 - Criticism and interpretation - Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|Regions:||England - Intellectual life - 1066-1485. | England - Civilization - 1066-1485. | England.|
|Genres:||Electronic books. | Criticism, interpretation, etc. | History.|
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NotesReferences and Further Reading; Chapter 3 Biography; Life, Works, and Lives; The House of Fame 644-60; The Prologue to the Legend of Good Women F328-34 and G254-76; Introduction to the Man of Law's Tale 46-64 and 77-80; Notes; References and Further Reading; Chapter 4 Bodies; Humours; Heavens; Healthy Habits; Heroic Love; Pertelote's Purges (NPT 2923-39, 2942-9, 2955-66); Alisoun's Character (WBP 609-26, 697-706); Arcite's Fate (KnT 2684-91, 2743-60); Heroic Love and Troilus; Notes; References and Further Reading; Chapter 5 Bohemia; Defacements; Bohemia in the Fourteenth Century
Anne of Bohemia and the Parliament of FowlsThe Legend of the Bohemian Amazons; Versions of Anne of Bohemia; Sacral Kingship; Chaucer and Bohemia; Bohemian Piety; Notes; References and Further Reading; Chapter 6 Chivalry; Honor and Shame; The Role of the Church; Love of Women; The Literature of Chivalry; Tournaments; Rejecting Chivalry; Chaucer's Knight and Squire (GP 43-100); The Knight's Tale; Troilus and Criseyde II, 624-31; Ambiguities; "Thy gentillesse cometh fro God allone" (WBT 1162); Notes; References and Further Reading; Chapter 7 Comedy; Medieval Definitions of Comedy
Conventions of Medieval Comic TextsChaucer's Balade "To Rosemounde"; The Envoy of the Clerk's Tale (ClT 1177-1212); The Miller's Tale 3687-739; Notes; References and Further Reading; Chapter 8 Emotion; The Language of Feeling; Medieval Theories of Emotion; Critical Approaches to Chaucer and Emotion; Feeling by the Book: The Book of the Duchess 291-415; Critical Feeling: The Legend of Good Women 2163-227; Notes; References and Further Reading; Chapter 9 Ethnicity; Place and Race; Christian Constructions of Race and the Friar's Tale 1622; Christian Constructions of Jews
Jewish Bodies in Chaucer: Prioress's Tale 558-78Medieval Christian Constructions of Muslims; Color and Religious Difference in Chaucer: The Man of Law's Tale 351-7; Notes; References and Further Reading; Chapter 10 Flemings; Flemish London; England and Flanders; Sex and Trade; Fashion, Music, and Dancing; Flemings in London; Anti-Flemish Violence; Notes; References and Further Reading; Chapter 11 France; Equivocal Attitudes; The Influence of French Literature at Court; Jean Froissart and Guillaume de Machaut; Chaucer in France