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How to study Chaucer

Rob Pope
The unfamiliar language of Chaucer's work is often a barrier for students. This is an attempt to overcome this problem by providing a guide to studying, understanding and writing about Chaucer's main works and by providing a glossary of 100 most commonly misunderstood words.
Print Book, English, 1988
Macmillan Education, Houndmills, Basingstoke [England], 1988
166 pages ; 22 cm.
9780333399231, 0333399234
How to use this Book - Four Chaucers: The Man; The Works; The Narrator; The Examination - How to Read 5 Lines of Chaucer - Studying The Canterbury Tales: The General Prologue, The Knight's Tale, The Muller's Tale, The Partner's Prologue and Tale, other Tales - Dream Poems and Troilus and Criseyde - How to Write Essays and Commentaries on Chaucer