Chaucer's Religious Tales Chaucer's Religious Tales Chaucer's Religious Tales
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Titel: Chaucer's Religious Tales Chaucer's Religious Tales Chaucer's Religious Tales
Herausgegeben von C. David Benson, Elizabeth Robertson
BOYDELL & BREWER INC
BOYDELL & BREWER INC
1. November 1990 - gebunden - 204 Seiten
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Contains thirteen essays dealing with Chaucer's religious tales. Although this book also discusses the prose works, the primary focus of is on his four poems in rhyme royal: "Clerk's Tale", "Man of Law's Tale", "Second Nun's Tale" and "Prioress's Tale".
Part 1 General Esays: Chaucer's religious tales - a question of genre, Derek Pearsall; Chaucer's tales of transcendence - rhyme royal and Christian prayer in the "Canterbury Tales", Barbara Nolan; pathos in Chaucer's religious tales, Robert Worth Frank Jr. Part 2 Reception: the Protestant Chaucer, Linda Georgianna; critical approaches to the "Clerk's Tale", Charlotte C. Morse; critical approaches to the "Man of Law's Tale", A.S.G. Edwards; critical approaches to the "Prioress's Tale" and the "Second Nun's Tale", Carolyn Collette. Part 3 Essays in criticism: nominalism and the dynamics of the "Clerk's Tale" - "Homo Viator" as woman, Elizabeth D. Kirk; the spiritual heroism of Chaucer's custance, George R. Keiser; poetic variety in the "Man of Law's Tale" and the "Clerk's Tale", C. David Benson; aspects of female piety in the "Prioress's Tale", Elizabeth Robertson; the "Second Nun's Tale", John C. Hirsh; patterns of feminine and masculine persuasion in the "Melibee" and the "Parson's Tale", Jane Cowgill.
'...a concerted, intelligent reappraisal of both the tales themselves and their reception by previous generations of critics...The collection's greatest strength is the amount and quality of attention it gives to the critical tradition surrounding Chaucer's religious tales...a rich, varied and interesting collection that should amply fulfil its announced purpose, stimulating further critical re-examinations of an unduly neglected group of Chaucer's tales. NOTES AND QUERIESCharacterized by a determination to do justice to a neglected area of Chaucer's work...throws up many insights. MLR'advance(s) our critical understanding of this group of tales by several degrees -inspiration for further study, exploration, and appreciation. STUDIES IN THE AGE OF CHAUCER
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