Geoffrey Chaucer

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English poet remembered as author of the Canterbury Tales (1340-1400)

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The library's current collection, which has grown through gifts and loans, includes a 15th century illuminated copy of Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, as well as a 15th century manuscript of Wycliffe's Bible, a printed 16th century book of hours, the 1641 Orders of Charles I signed by the king, bundles of historical maps and the St Chad Gospels, dating back to the eighth century.
Zarins ties each story to current teen culture and literature, and manages to make each one recognizable as coming from Canterbury Tales.
Her individual chapters trace these structural and psychoanalytical theories in the frame narratives and tales of Fragment I, as well as in the marriage group and the religious stories of the Canterbury Tales.
The second edition of Approaches to Teaching Chaucer's Canterbury Tales is the successor to a scholarly volume originally published in 1980.
English poet Geoffrey Chaucer died without having completed his great masterpiece, The Canterbury Tales.
The third chapter, 'Chaucer on the TV Screen', explores two of the most well-known recent adaptations of The Canterbury Tales: the BBC's modernised Canterbury Tales (2003), and Jonathon Myerson's animated Canterbury Tales (1998-2000).
Grimm Fairy Tales and The Canterbury Tales are performed at The Dome, Grand Central Hall, Renshaw Street, tomorrow.
Tell us about some of the productions you've put on in the past: We have performed classics such as The Importance of Being Ernest and Canterbury Tales, comedies such as The Odd Couple and 'Allo 'Allo, thrillers such as Dracula, mysteries such as An Inspector Calls and pantomimes.
The question is inevitable in any discussion of this tale, since the manuscripts of his poem the Canterbury Tales provide the only medieval context in which it has survived.
AN OUTDOOR production of Geoffrey Chaucer's immortal Canterbury Tales came to Speke Hall.
The story is woven in and around the pilgrimage on which Geoffrey Chaucer based The Canterbury Tales.
This annotated edition of the Tale of Gamelyn, a tale found in twenty five of the eighty-four extant manuscripts or fragments of the Canterbury Tales, represents the culmination of many years' work by Nila VAzquez on the transcription and analysis of the tale in ten of those manuscripts.
This connection between Gamelyn and The Canterbury Tales does not imply necessarily that the former was composed by Chaucer.
The main draw is the spectacular cathedral where St Thomas Becket was killed in 1170 - an event that's pulled in pilgrims ever since, as regaled in Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.
This article covers some ways of exploring The General Prologue, Chaucer's narrative frame device for the bigger collection of tales that The Canterbury Tales constitutes, but why stop there when the tales themselves are so good?
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