Annotated Bibliographies: Canterbury Tales
My Spring 1996 graduate students, a diligent and able bunch, were generous enough to leave these records of their class presentations available for the use of others doing research into the Canterbury Tales. It's a mixed bag of articles, some newer and some not so new, but I have been asked in several e-mail messages to leave them posted, so someone must be finding them of use. I'm still fixing some of the faulty HTML code in January 1999; this was not the fault of my students.
- Karl Krueger: Pilgrimage
and Travel in the Middle Ages: An Annotated Bibliography
- Rita M. Jones: The Amazon
Voice in the Knight's Tale: An Annotated Bibliography
- Doryjane Birrer: Stewart
Justman, "The Reeve's Tale and the Honor of Men."
- Doryjane Birrer: Judith
Ferster's chapter, "The Politics of Narration in the Frame of the Canterbury
- Erik Powell: Lee W. Patterson,
"Chaucerian Confession: Penitential Literature and the Pardoner."
- Amy Beasley: Paul Olson, The Canterbury Tales and the Good Society.
- D. Michael Kramp: V.A. Kolve,
Chaucer and the Imagery of Narrative
- Candace France: E. Talbot
Donaldson, "Chaucer the Pilgrim."
- Candace France: Peggy Knapp,
Chaucer and the Social Contest
- D. Michael Kramp: "Models
of Ministry: Re-reading Chaucer's Friar's Tale"
- D. Michael Kramp: H. Marshall
Leicester, "The Art of Impersonation: A General Prologue to
the Canterbury Tales."
- Chrysula Dimitrakopulu: D.S.
Brewer, "The Fabliaux."
- Karl Krueger: Charles Muscatine,
"Form Texture and Meaning.."
- Mary Ellen Havens: Ruth
Evans and Lesley Johnson, Feminist Readings in Middle English
Literature: The Wife of Bath and All Her Sect.
- Mary Ellen Havens: Maurice
Keen, "Chaucer's Knight, the English Aristocracy and the Crusades."
- Eric Miraglia: Lee Patterson,
Chaucer and the Subject of History
- Amy Beasley: Barbara Nolan, "'A Poet Ther Was': Chaucer's Voices in the General
Prologue to The Canterbury Tales."