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Geoffrey Chaucer, Mann, Jill

The Canterbury Tales

New ed

€ 27.95

At the Tabard Inn in Southwark, a jovial group of pilgrims assembles, including an unscrupulous Pardoner, a noble-minded Knight, a ribald Miller, the lusty Wife of Bath, and Chaucer himself. As they set out on their journey towards the shrine of Thomas a Becket in Canterbury, each character agrees to tell a tale. The twenty-four tales that follow are by turns learned, fantastic, pious, melancholy and lewd, and together offer an unrivalled glimpse into the mind and spirit of medieval England.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Acknowledgementsix
Editor`s Notexi
Chronologyxii
Introductionxvii
Further Readingl
Chaucer`s Languageliii
A Note on the Textlxi
Abbreviations of the Canterbury Taleslxxi
The Canterbury Tales
Fragment I (Group A)
The General Prologue
3(32)
The Knight`s Tale
35(79)
The Miller`s Prologue and Tale
114(28)
The Reeve`s Prologue and Tale
142(17)
The Cook`s Prologue and Tale
159(5)
Fragment II (Group B1)
The Man of Law`s Prologue, Tale [and Epilogue]
164(47)
Fragment III (Group D)
The Wife of Bath`s Prologue and Tale
211(44)
The Friar`s Prologue and Tale
255(15)
The Summoner`s Prologue and Tale
270(23)
Fragment IV (Group E)
The Clerk`s Prologue and Tale
293(46)
The Merchant`s Prologue, Tale and Epilogue
339(43)
Fragment V (Group F)
The Squire`s Prologue and Tale
382(24)
The Squire-Franklin Link, The Franklin`s Prologue and Tale
406(33)
Fragment VI (Group C)
The Physician`s Tale
439(10)
The Physician--Pardoner Link, The Pardoner`s Prologue and Tale
449(25)
Fragment VII (Group B2)
The Shipman`s Tale
474(15)
The Shipman--Prioress Link, The Prioress`s Prologue and Tale
489(11)
The Prioress-Sir Thopas Link and Sir Thopas
500(9)
The Thopas--Melibee Link and the Tale of Melibee
509(53)
The Monk`s Prologue and Tale
562(34)
The Nun`s Priest`s Prologue, Tale [And Epilogue]
596(26)
Fragment VIII (Group G)
The Second Nun`s Prologue and Tale
622(21)
The Canon`s Yeoman`s Prologue and Tale
643(34)
Fragment IX (Group H)
The Manciple`s Prologue and Tale
677(14)
Fragment X (Group I)
The Parson`s Prologue and Tale
691(91)
Chaucer`s Retractions
782(3)
Abbreviated References785(10)
Notes795(317)
Glossary1112
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Paperback / softback
December 1993
914 gram
198 x 130 x 60 mm
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