ENG 512

Chaucer I: Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales

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In this course we carefully study Geoffrey Chaucer’s poetry and prose collected in the Canterbury Tales. We attend to the literary and historical contexts of the poet’s work; learn about the manuscripts that preserved and canonized his writing from the late fourteenth century on; and read a good deal of secondary criticism on both the poet and his times.

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