Geoffrey Chaucer's The General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales

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Acknowledgments
" Chaucer: Motive and Mask in the General Prologue" by Ruth Nevo from The Modern Language Review 58, no. 1 ( January 1963), © 1963 by the Modern Humanities Research Association.Reprinted by permission.
"Medieval Estates Satire and the General Prologue" (originally entitled "Conclusions") by Jill Mann from Chaucer and the Medieval Estates Satire: The Literature of Social Classes and the General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales by Jill Mann, © 1973 by Cambridge University Press.Reprinted by permission of Cambridge University Press.
" Memory and Form" by Donald R. Howard from The Idea of the Canterbury Tales by Donald R. Howard, © 1976 by the Regents of the University of California. Reprinted by permission of the University of California Press.
" History and Form in the General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales" by Loy D. Martin from ELH 45, no. 1 ( Spring 1978), © 1978 by the Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore/ London.Reprinted by permission of the Johns Hopkins University Press.
" Creation in Genesis and Nature in Chaucer's General Prologue 1-18" by Jane Chance from Papers on Language and Literature 14, no. 4 ( Fall 1978), © 1978 by the Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University.Reprinted by permission.
" Gold and Iron: Semantic Change and Social Change in Chaucer's Prologue" by Geoffrey Hughes from Standpunte 137 31, no. 5 ( October 1978), © 1978 by Geoffrey Hughes.Reprinted by permission.
" The Art of Impersonation: A General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales" by H. Marshall Leicester, Jr., from PMLA 95, no. 2 ( March 1980), © 1980 by the Modern Language Association of America.Reprinted by permission of the Modern Language Association of America.
" The Canterbury Tales as Framed Narratives" by Morton W. Bloomfield from Leeds Studies in English n.s. 14 ( 1983), © 1983 by the School of English, University of Leeds.Reprinted by permission.

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