Academic journal article Medium Aevum

Masculinities in Chaucer: Approaches to Maleness in the 'Canterbury Tales' and 'Troilus and Criseyde'

Academic journal article Medium Aevum

Masculinities in Chaucer: Approaches to Maleness in the 'Canterbury Tales' and 'Troilus and Criseyde'

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Masculinities in Chaucer.- Approaches to Maleness in the 'Canterbury Tales' and 'Troilus and Criseyde% ed. Peter G. Beidler, Chaucer Studies XXV (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1998). Xii + 252 Pp. ISBN 0-85991-434-8. j(4o.oo. In this collection, Mark Allen writes on the Host; Peter Clare Ingham on the Knight's Tate; Martin Blum on the Miller's; Daniel F. Pigg on the Reeve's; Elizabeth M. Biebel on the Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale; jean E. Jost on the Friar's and Summoner's Tales; Carol E. Everest on the Merchant's; Andrea Rossi-Reder on the Franklin's; Glen Burger on the Physician's and Pardoner's; Peter Beidler on the Shipman's; Jeffrey Jerome Cohen on Sir Thopas; Daniel Rubey on Melibee; Michael D. Sharp on the Monk's Tale; Paul R. Thomas on the Nun's Priest's Tale; and Stephanie Dietrich, Maud Burnett Mclnerny, and Derek Brewer on Troilus and Cris@yde. …

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