A clean, square, fresh and as new copy. More information about this seller Contact this seller Published by Columbia University Press About this Item: Columbia University Press, Boards, F. Columbia Critical Guides series. The two reinforce one another very well and will give the reader an excellent understanding and full appreciation of Chaucer's contribution to the best in world literature. Both books clean and unmarked with modest soiling on the first and minor edge curl on the covers of the second published by Palgrave Macmillan.
Clean hardback tightly bound in red cloth with black titles, cloth has minor rubbing at corners, no inscriptions. Published by The Easton Press About this Item: The Easton Press, Collectors Edition. This is one beautiful Brown Leather hardcover Collectors book with beautiful gilt designs, silk endpapers, gilt end pages, and ribbon.
Looks NEW and Unread!! Bought and put on shelf. This book is solid, square and tight.
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The cover is very clean and also very bright. Unfortunately there is a narrow side edge front cover scratch about 7" long, otherwise Fine. The pages are tight, bright and unmarked. No book plate on inside cover. Great edges, corners and spine ends, also very nice gilt page ends.
The Canterbury Tales: Chaucer's 'plein speke' is a raucous read
International Orders Always Welcome. Published by Viking, NY About this Item: Viking, NY, Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Nick Bantock illustrator. Published by Cambridge U. About this Item: Cambridge U. A nice, clean copy. Small 8vo[octavo or aprx 6 x 9 inches], pp.
The picture on the listing page is of the actual book for sale. Additional Scan s are available for any item, please inquire. Seller Inventory SKU Published by Guild Publishing, London About this Item: Guild Publishing, London, Green Leatherette. Reprint of Edition. Attractive modern edition with gilt design to front board and spine and dark green endpapers. Minor marking to top edges, otherwise very good copy with no inscriptions. Chaucer, Geoffrey; Nicolson, J. Published by Covici Friede, New York Condition: Very good-.
Original beige cloth binding, pictorial endpapers. No dust jacket. Boards lightly soiled. Binding sound, text unmarked. From: W. First Printing - First Thus. Staple-bound in card covers. Light edge and corner wear with a bit of darkening around the edges of the text block; no interior markings. Originally written in Middle-English, this is a beautifully translated and easily readable version of The Knight's Tale: Once long ago, as tales make known to us, There was a Duke whose name was Theseus.
Published by Del Prado Barmby Kent, United Kingdom. About this Item: Del Prado, Miniature book. In as new clean condition with as new illustrated boards.
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Export post and packing will be less than quoted by abe. Published by Oxford University Press, London Marjorie Walters; illustrator. Second Printing. Dark green cloth lettered in gilt on the spine. Poetry Foundation. Back to Previous. Geoffrey Chaucer. Poems by Geoffrey Chaucer.
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True West. By Colin Dickey. Thynne London: Printed by T. Godfray, The Book of the Duchess circa Manuscripts: There are three extant transcriptions, included in three manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, Oxford: Fairfax 16 circa , Tanner circa , and Bodley circa The Canterbury Tales circa Manuscripts: Of the more than eighty whole or partial transcriptions of The Canterbury Tales , the bases for most editions are two of the earliest: the Hengwrt Manuscript at the National Library of Wales and the Ellesmere Manuscript at the Henry E.
Huntington Library, both dating from to and thought to be the work of the same copyist, working under different editors. While some recent scholars consider the Hengwrt Manuscript to be the more accurate of the two, the Ellesmere Manuscript is the more complete, and its ordering of the tales is widely accepted. John M. Manly and Edith Rickert, editors of the comparative edition based on all known manuscripts of The Canterbury Tales , see the Hengwrt Manuscript as the earliest attempt--after the death of Chaucer--to arrange the unordered tales, and so closest to Chaucer's intentions.
Blake, in The Textual Tradition of the Canterbury Tales , has presented the strongest case for the primacy of the Hengwrt Manuscript. The Ellesmere Manuscript, more regular in spelling and dialect--as well as more complete--remains the choice of most modern editors. The House of Fame circa Manuscripts: There are two texts.
Two manuscripts at the Bodleian Library, Bodley circa and Fairfax 16 circa , both include transcriptions in the hand of the "A" copyist, while Pepys circa at Magdalene College, Cambridge, includes a copy in the hand of scribe "B. The Parliament of Birds circa Manuscripts: All of the fourteen extant manuscripts seem deficient. Modern editions are largely based on the texts in Cambridge University Library Gg 4.
Troilus and Criseyde circa Manuscripts: There are twenty extant manuscripts of which four represent fragments. Benson Boston: Houghton Mifflin, Further Readings. William R.
The Canterbury Tales: A Retelling
Lorrayne Y. Hall, Martin M. Everything in the poem turns out to be more ambiguous and complicated from the prologue on. But, pretty quickly, things become earthier and more uncertain. Even that reverent and renewing pilgrimage quickly comes to seem like something rather less commendable. At the end of the 14th century, when Chaucer was writing, Canterbury had a pretty mixed reputation. In the or so years since Thomas Becket was murdered in the cathedral, his shrine had become a theme park.
Nor do they embody any ascetic ideals. The Wife of Bath gets through pilgrimages like she does husbands.