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On rereading Chaucer

Howard Rollin Patch

On rereading Chaucer

by Howard Rollin Patch

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge (Mass.) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chaucer, Geoffrey, -- 1340?-1400.

  • Edition Notes

    3rd printing of 1939 edition - 1959.

    Statementby Howard Rollin Patch.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi,269p. ;
    Number of Pages269
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19645925M

      Book Source: Digital Library of India Item ioned: ble: on. Book Description: Geoffrey Chaucer was arguably fourteenth-century England's greatest poet. In the nineteenth century, readers of Chaucer's early dream poems - theBook of the Duchess, House of Fame, and Parliament of Fowles- began to detect a tripartite model of his artistic development from a French to an Italian, and finally to an English phase.. They fleshed out this model with the.

    Over the past 25 years, Peter Travis has written some of the most significant essays on the Nun’s Priest’s Tale. Now he has compiled them into a framed collection, Disseminal Chaucer: Rereading the Nun’s Priest’s book’s eight chapters reproduce eight essays published between and that are worked together into one of the most detailed monographs on a single story. On Rereading Chaucer. On Rereading Chaucer Request an Image. hardcover. by PATCH, Howard Rollin. hardcover. pp., 8vo, cloth; corners bumped, signed inscription on front endpaper by author & previous owner's ex-lib on inside front cover. Cambridge: Harvard UP, Argosy Book Store.

    Chaucer’s The Nun’s Priest’s Tale is one of the most popular of The Canterbury Tales. It is only lines long, yet it contains elements of a beast fable, an exemplum, a satire, and other genres. There have been countless attempts to articulate the “real” meaning of the tale, but it has confounded the critics.   Finally, rereading Chaucer this past fall, I was struck most strongly by how much he knew about love, about men and women, by the depth and .


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It is historicist based, which places it in the mainstream of current medieval practices, but its background material and authoritative. Making Chaucer’s Book of the Duchess: Textuality and Reception is the first comprehensive book-length study of Chaucer’s earliest major narrative poem and its reception.

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An examination of his characters from the point of view of modern psychology reveals only the more clearly the closely wrought balance and symmetry of his work. Patch emphasizes his understanding of human beings and their drama, and suggests that his humor.

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