Chaucer has been a persistently popular subject for editors, scholars and readers. This detailed and often challenging study, parts of which have been published before or presented as lectures, examines the changing nature of Chaucerian studies and the significance of Chaucer's works as a bridge between the medieval and modern worlds. The congenial souls' are Chaucer's readers, a Chaucerian community' from which no one is excluded.
|Publication date:||2nd November 2001|
|Publisher:||University of Minnesota Press|
|Categories:||Literary studies: poetry & poets, Literary studies: classical, early & medieval,|