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Thirty Year Working Bibliography:
Part II -- Chaucer General


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I. General
II. Manuscripts, Texts, Editing
III. Language, Style, Metre
IV. Audience, Narrator, Reception
V. Women/Feminism
VI. Sources and literary background
VII. Life
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I. CHAUCER -- GENERAL


D. Brewer    Spec. 43 68    Class-distinction in Chaucer

H. Smyser    Spec. 45 70    A view of Ch. astronomy

P. M. Kean,     Ch & the making of Eng. poetry   RKP 72

T. W. Ross,     Ch's Bawdy    NY 72

Ian Robinson,     Ch & the English tradition    CUP 72

M. Masui    JEGP 71 72    Chaucer's tenderness & the theme of consolation

Heiner Gillmeister,     Discrecioun, Ch. und die Via Regis    Bonn 72

D. Brewer    E&S 26 73    Honour in Chaucer

J. Mitchell & W. Provost (eds.),     Ch the Love-poet (essays by N. Eliason, E. Reiss, R. Kaske & J. Wimsatt)   Georgia 73

T. A. Stroud    MP 72 74    Genres & Themes: rev. article for books by N. Eliason & J. M. Steadman

J. Norton-Smith,     Geoffrey Chaucer    RKP 74

D. Brewer (ed.),     Writers & their Background    Bell 74

R. H. Robbins (ed.),     Chaucer at Albany    Burt Franklin 75

Ann Haskell    NM 76 75    Pirandellian perspective of Ch.

J. F. Huntsman    MP 73 75    Chaucer and ME dictionaries

A. K. Hieatt,     Chaucer, Spenser & Milton   75

Peter Elbow,     Oppositions in Ch.    Wesleyan U. P 1975

Henry A. Kelly,     Love & Marriage in the Age of Ch.    Cornell 75

P. Boitani    Reading St. 2 76    Chaucer and lists of trees

R. M. Jordan,     Chaucer & the shape of creation    Harvard UP 76

E. Reiss    Hornstein F/S    Chaucer's Fyn lovyng and late med. Fin 'amor    NYUP 76

P. Ruggiers    Hornstein F/S 76   Vocabulary for Chauc. comedy

T. Millns    EC 27 77    Chaucer's suspended judgments

Robert B. Burlin,     Chaucerian Fiction    Princeton 1977

R. A. Peck    Spec 53 78    Chaucer & the Nominalist questions

B. Windeatt    M&H 9 78    Gesture in Chaucer

Mary Jennings    Archiv 215 78    Chaucer's beards

Lee Patterson    UTQ 48 79    Review essay on books by D. Howard, R. Burlin, A. David & J. Gardner

F. Ridley    SAC 1 79    State of Chauc. studies: a brief survey

E. Reiss    SAC 1 79    Chaucer & Medieval Irony

S. Manning    SAC 1 79    Rhetoric, game, morality & G. Chaucer

John P. McCall,     Chaucer among the Gods    Penn State 79

Edward Vasta & Z. P. Thundy (eds.),     Chauc. Problems & Perspectives: Stud. for Paul E. Beichner     Notre Dame 79

R. A. Shoaf    SAC 1 79    Notes towards Ch's poetics of translation

F. Ridley    NM 81 80    Chaucerian Crit. -- Signif. of varying perspectives

Eliz. Salter    SAC 2 80    Ch. & Internationalism

Jean Klene    Viator 11 80    Chauc. contrib. to world-upside-down topos

David Aers,     Chaucer Langland and the Creative Imag.   RKP 80

Stephen Knight    SAC 2 80    Ch. & the sociology of literature

Kenneth Cahn    SAC 2 80    Ch. merchants & the foreign exchange: med. finance

Nicholas Orme    ChauR 16 81    Chaucer and Education

John P. Hermann & John J. Burke,     Signs and Symbols in Ch's Poetry    U. Alabama P. 81

D. Chamberlain     Signs & Symbols 81     Musical signs & symbols in Ch.

D. W. Robertson     Signs & Symbols 81     Simple signs from everyday life in Chaucer

Paula Neuss    RES 32 81   Images of writing & the book in Ch. poetry

J. B. Friedman    SP 78 81    Another look at Chaucer & the Physiognomists

Gale Schricker    PQ 60 81    Relation of fact & fiction in Ch. poetic ending

S. Barney    ChauR 16 81    Suddenness and process in Chaucer

F. Ridley    ChauR 16 81    New critical modes & Chaucer

Donald M. Rose (ed.),     New perspectives in Chaucer criticism   Pilgrim 81

P. B. Taylor    Spec 57 82    Cosyn to the dede

R. Burchfield    E&S 82    Realms & approximations: Sources of Ch. power

Derek Brewer,     Tradition and Innovation in Ch.    Macmillan 82

Ian Bishop    MAE 52 83    Consolation in Ch. [BD, TC, KnT]

Larry Sklute,     Virtue of necessity: inconclusiveness & narrative form in Ch's poetry    Ohio State 84

Piero Boitani,     Chaucer & the Imaginary World of Fame    Ch. Studies X 1984

F. N. M. Diekstra    ES 65 84    Reviews of Ch. Studies I, V, VII, VIII, IX and of C. D. Benson on Troy-story

George Kane,     Chaucer    OUP (Past Masters) 84

D. Brewer,     Introd. to Chaucer    Longman 84

R. F. Yeager    SP 81 84    Aspects of Gluttony in Chaucer and Gower

Anne Middleton    SAC Proc 1 84    War by other means: marriage & chivalry in Ch.

Judith Shaw    ChauR 19 84-85    Lust & Lore in Gower & Chaucer

Judith Ferster,     Chaucer on Interpretation    CUP 85

E. T. Donaldson,     The Swan at the Well: Sh. reading Ch.    Yale 85

Earle Birney,     Essays on Chauc. Irony    Toronto 85

Richard Allen Shoaf,     Dante, Chaucer, and the Currency of the Word: Money, Images & Reference in late med. poetry     Pilgrim 85

Leigh Arrathoon (ed.),     Ch & the craft of fiction    Solaris 86

John Ganim    SAC Proc 2 86    Bakhtin, Chaucer, Carnival, Lent

D. Pearsall,     Ch. poetry & its modern commentators: the necessity of history    In Aers, Med. Lit. Harvester 86

Stephen Knight,     Geoffrey Chaucer    Blackwell 86

J. Leyerle & A. Quick,     Chaucer: A Bibliog. Introd.    Toronto 86

P. Boitani & J. Mann,     The Cambridge Chaucer Companion   CUP 86

D. Mehl,     Geoff. Ch.: An Introd. to his Narrative Poetry   73; Eng. trans. CUP 86

R. M. Jordan    SAC Proc 2 86    Todorov, Vinsauf and Chau. Textuality

Peggy Knapp & T. Lawler    SAC Proc 2 86   Deconstructing Ch: Pro & Con

David Aers,     Chaucer    Harvester 86

A. J. Minnis    PBA 72 86    Ch's position on past gentility

H. A. Kelly,     Ch & the cult of St Valentine   Brill 86

R. M. Jordan,     Ch's Poetics & the Modern reader    Calif. 87

W. Erzgräber     Origins of Comicality in Ch.    In J. O. Fichte ed., Ch's Frame Tales    Brewer 87

Betsy Bowden,     Chaucer Aloud: The Varieties of Textual Interp.    Penn. 87

Jacq. de Weever,     Chaucer Name Dictionary    Garland 87

Derek Traversi,     Chaucer: The Early Poetry    Delaware 87

Robert Jordan,     Chaucer's Poetics & the Modern Reader    Calif. 87

S. Sanderlin    ChauR 22 87-88    Ch. & Ricardian politics

Joseph A. Hornsby,     Chaucer and the Law    Pilgrim 88

L. Y. Baird-Lange,     &c.    Bibliog. of Chaucer 1974-85    Shoestring 88

J. D. North,     Chaucer's Universe    OUP 88

W. A. Davenport,     Chaucer: Complaint & Narrative    Brewer 88

Lawrence Besserman,     Chaucer & the Bible [chiefly bibliog. ]    Garland 88

G. Kane,     Historical & Textual Approaches to Ch. & L.    Calif 88

Stephen Knight    LSE 20 89    Ch's British rival (Dafydd)

N. F. Blake    NM 90 89    The Chaucer canon: methodological assumptions

Robert R. Edwards,     The Dream of Ch: Representation & Reflection in the Early Narrative    89

Paul Strohm,     Social Chaucer    Harvard 89

C. Muscatine    Ch's religion & the Chaucer religion    Brewer essays 90

Peggy Knapp,     Ch. & the social contest    Routledge 90

Alan Gaylord    SAC 12 90    Imagining Voices: Ch. on Cassettes (also on picture by Ford Madox Brown)

Phillipa Hardman    MLR 85 90    Narrative typology: Ch's use of the Story of Orpheus

R. Morse & B. Windeatt (eds.),     Chaucer Trads: Stud. in Honor of Derek Brewer    CUP 90

Jill Mann    Planetary gods in Ch & Henryson    Brewer essays 90

T. Hahn (ed.)     Reconceiving Ch: Lit. theory & Historical Interps.    Exemplaria 2 90)

T. Hahn    Premodern text & Postmodern reader    In Hahn, Exemplaria 90

L. Fradenburg    Loss & Reparation in Ch. poetry    In Hahn, Exemplaria 90

D. Wallace     Ch. body politic: Social & narrative self-regulation    In Hahn, Exemplaria 2 90

Linda Tarte Holley,     Chaucer's measuring eye [optics and perspectivism]    Rice UP 90

D. Benson    Faith & the critical spirit in Ch & his time    In Boitani/Torti (eds.), Religion 90

J. Burrow    SAC 13 91    Poems without endings

John M. Hill,     Chauc. belief: the poetics of reverence & delight    Yale 91

John Fyler     Man, men & women in Ch. poetry    In Edwards & Spector (eds.), The Olde Daunce: Love, Friendship, Sex & Marriage in Med. World    SUNY 91

John Ganim,     Chaucerian theatricality    Princeton 91

Lee Patterson,     Chaucer & the Subject of History     Wisc. 91

John Fisher    ChYb 1 92    Chaucer's French

John Fisher,     The importance of Chaucer    S. Illinois 92

J. M. Ganim    ChYb 1 92    Ch. ritual and patriarchal romance

Sabine Volk-Birke,     Ch and medieval preaching    92

P. Goodall    ChauR 27 92    Being alone in Ch.

Nigel Saul     Ch. & gentility     In Hanawalt, Ch's Eng. 92

David Wallace    Ch. & the absent city    In Hanawalt, Ch's Eng. 92

A. David    Ch's Edwardian poetry    Howard essays 92

L. Patterson    Writing amorous wrongs: Ch & the order of complaint    Howard essays 92

Sherron Knopp    Augustinian poetic theory & the Chaucerian imagination    Howard essays 92

Alfred David    SAC 15 93    Old, new and young in Ch

Janette Dillon,     Geoffrey Chaucer    1993

J. O. Fichte    Archiv 230 93    Images of Arthurian lit in Ch

C. P. Biggam    ChauR 28 93    Ch's adjectives of hue

P. B. Taylor    ChauR 28 93    Ch's eye of the lynx and the limits of vision

P. Gallacher     ChauR 28 93    Ch and the rhetoric of the body

Andrew Taylor    Exemplaria 5 93    Ch our Derridean contemporary?

M. Connolly    ChauR 29 94    Ch and chess

R. W. Ireland     ChauR 29 94    Ch's toxicology

Jean Jost (ed.),     Chaucer's humour: critical essays    Garland 1994

Robert Myles     ChSt 20 94    Chaucerian Realism

P. B. Taylor     NM 95 94    Chaucer's names [Geoffrey/Gaufred]

Jane Chance,     The mythographic Chaucer: the fabulation of sexual politics    Minn 94

W. Watts & R. J. Utz    M&H 20 94    Nominalist perspectives in Ch's poetry: a bibliog. essay

A. Butterfield    Pastoral and the politics of plague in Machaut and Chaucer    SAC 16 94

K. Lynch    Partitioned fictions: the meaning & importance of walls in Ch's poetry    Frank essays 94

C. Collette    Ch's discourse of Mariology: gaining the right to speak    Frank essays 94

P. Strohm    SAC 17 95    Chaucer's Lollard joke: history and the textual unconscious

Jill Mann    SAC 17 95    Chaucer and atheism

Jessica Watson,     Bastardy as gifted status in Chaucer and Malory    Mellen 96

P. B. Taylor,     Ch's chain of love    Fairleigh Dickinson P. 96

Ann Astell,     Ch and the universe of learning    Cornell 96

Michaele P. Grudin,     Ch and the politics of discourse    USC 96

Seth Lerer    Exemplaria 8 96 The Chaucerian critique of med. theatricality

Norman Klassen,     Chaucer on Love, Knowledge and Sight    Ch. Studies XXI Brewer 95

H. A. Kelly,     Chaucerian Tragedy (Ch. Stud. 24)    Brewer 97

S. H. Rigby,     Chaucer in context: society, allegory, gender    Manch. 97

Lynn Staley    Ch and the postures of sanctity    In Aers and Staley, The Powers of the Holy Penn State 97

A. J. Minnis    Burrow essays 97    Looking for a sign: the quest for nominalism in Ch and Langland

Peter Travis    Spec. 72 97    Ch's heliotropes and the poetics of metaphor

P. B. Taylor    ChYbk 4 97    Ch's strategies of translation

David Wallace,     Chaucerian polity    Stanford 97

Ann Astell    SP 94 97    Ch's `St Anne trinity' -- devotion, dynasty, dogma, debate

D. Wallace     SAC 19 97    In Flaundres

David DeVries    ChauR 32 97-8    Ch and the idols of the market

P. Beidler (ed.),     Masculinities in Ch    (Ch St 25) 98

D. Brewer,     A new introd. to Ch    Longman 88, new edn 98

Laura L. Howes,     Ch's gardens and the language of convention    Florida 98

L. Besserman,     Ch's biblical poetics    Oklahoma 98

R. P. McGerr,     Ch's open books: resistance to closure in med. discourse    Florida 98

Lilian Bisson,     Ch & the late med. world    Macmillan 98

P. B. Taylor,     Chaucer translator    Univ. Press of America 98

Stephen Knight    NMS 43 99    `Love's altar in the forest glade': Ch in the light of Dafydd ap Gwilym

T. P. Dolan    Ch's sense of wealth    Blake essays 99

L. Mooney    Ch & astronomy at the court of Richard II    Blake essays 99

D. Pearsall    PBA 101 99    Chaucer & Englishness

D. Aers    Interpreting dreams: reflections on Freud, Milton & Chaucer    In P. Brown (ed.)     Reading dreams 99

Peter Brown (ed.),     A Companion to Chaucer    Blackwell 00

L. M. Clopper    SAC 22 00    The engaged spectator: L & Ch on civic spectacle & the theatrum

Michaela P. Grudin    ChauR 35 00    Credulity & the rhetoric of orthodoxy: from Averroes to Ch



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II.    CHAUCER -- MANUSCRIPTS, TEXTS, EDITING (INCLUDING CANT. TALES AND TROILUS)





F. W. Bateson     EC 25 75    Could Ch. spell? [on text and presentation]

E. T. Donaldson     Hornstein F/S 76    Some readings in CT [armee/aryuee, &c. ]

H. Kelliher    NQ 1977. 197    Historiated Initial in Devonshire Chaucer

G. Keiser    ChauR 12 78    In defense of Bradshaw shift

A. I. Doyle & M. B. Parkes,     The production of copies of the Cant. Tales and the Confessio amantis in the early 15th c.    In M. B. Parkes & A. Watson (eds.) Med. Scribes (essays for N. R. Ker) 1978

N. F. Blake    E&S 32 79    Relation of Hg and El

B. A. Windeatt    SAC 1 79    The scribes as Chaucer's early critics

James E. Blodgett    Library 1 79    Some printer's copy for Thynne's 1532 Chaucer

Janet Cowen    NQ 28 81    18thc ownership of 2 Chauc. mss.

L. D. Benson    SAC 3 81    The order of the CT

N. F. Blake    Bennett F/S 81    On editing the CT

N. F. Blake    Archiv 218 81    Critics, criticism & order of CT

C. A. Owen    PMLA 97 82    Alternative Reading of CT: Ch text & early MSS

M. L. Samuels    SAC 5 83    The scribe of Hg and El

N. F. Blake    ES 64 83    Editorial assumptions in Manly-Rickert

Stephen Knight    Textual Variants: textual variance    Southern Rev. 16 83 44-54

G. Caie    The Significance of marginal glosses in early CT MSS    In D. L. Jeffrey, Ch. & Script. Trad. Ottawa 84

N. F. Blake   Archiv 221 84    Chaucer: The Critics & the Canon

Paul G. Ruggiers,     Editing Chaucer: the Great Tradition    Pilgrim 85

R. Hanna    `Best-text' editing and Hengwrt    In Pearsall (ed.)     MSS & Texts 85

N. F. Blake,     The textual tradition of the CT    Arnold 85

G. Kane    SAC Proc. 2 86    `Good' & `Bad' MSS: Texts & Critics

D. Mosser    SB 39 86    The Cardigan MS of CT

Emerson Brown    ChauR 21 86-87    KnT 2639: guilt by punctuation

J. H. Fisher    Spec. 63 88    Animadversion on text of Chaucer

R. Hanna    SAC 10 88    Authorial versions, rolling revision and scribal error: Truth

Chas. Owen    ChauR 23 88-89    Pre-1450 MSS of CT

M. C. Seymour    ChauR 24 89-90    Of this Cokes Tale. . .

Seth Lerer    Textual crit. & lit. theory: Ch. & his readers    In Hahn (ed.), Exemplaria 2 90

D. Mosser    Manuscripta 34 90    Scribe of Ch MSS Rylands Eng. 113 & Digby 181

J. Eadie    ES 71 90    Importance of Hengwrt: 2 studies

Howell Chickering    Unpunctuating Ch.    ChauR 25 90

R. Hanna    Presenting Ch. as author    In Machan, Med. Lit &npsp; &npsp; &npsp; SUNY 91

Kathleen Hewett-Smith    SAC 13 91    Transcript error & the text of TC

C. A. Owen,     MSS of the CT    Chaucer St 17 Brewer 91

N. F. Blake    Geoff. Ch: Textual transmission & editing    In Minnis & Brewer, Crux and Controversy Brewer 92

R. Hanna    MSS & transmission of Troilus    In Howard essays 92

C. A. Owen    ChYb 1 92    CT beginnings (3) and endings (2-1)

Charlotte Morse    NQ 238 93    The MSS of CT

R. Vance Ramsey,     The Manly-Rickert Text of CT    Mellen P. 94

D. Mosser    TEXT 7 94    Reading & editing the CT: past, present & (?)future

T. W. Machan    PQ 73 94    Ch. poetry -- versioning and hypertext

M. Stevens & D. Woodward (eds.),     The Ellesmere Chaucer: Essays in Interpretation    Huntington 1995

Joseph A. Dane    Library, 6th ser 17 95    Some press variants in Thynne's 1532 Chaucer

J. Boffey    EMS 5 95    Annotation in some MSS of TC

J. Eadie    NM 96 95    WB's non-Hengwrt lines -- authorial or editorial?

R. F. Green    NQ 241 96    WBP 117: wright or wight [wight]

M. C. Seymour,     Catalogue of Chaucer MSS, vol. 1 (non-CT)    Scolar 95; vol. 2, 97

Seth Lerer (ed.),     Reading for the Margins: textual studies, Ch & med. lit.    Huntington Lib. 96

R. Hanna & A. S. G. Edwards    Rotheley, the De Vere circle and the Ellesmere Chaucer    In Lerer, Reading for the Margins 96

Ardis Butterfield     Mise-en-page in Troilus MSS: Ch and French culture    In ibid. 96

D. L. Boyd    Social texts, Bodley 686 and the politics of the Cook's Tale    In ibid. 96

Linne Mooney     ChauR 30 95-6    More MSS written by a Ch scribe (the Hammond scribe)

R. Hanna & A. S. G. Edwards    Rotheley, the De Vere circle & the Ellesmere Ch    In Lerer, Reading for the Margins 96

J. Boffey    Proverbial Ch & the Ch canon    In ibid. 96

Ardis Butterfield    Mise-en-page in Troilus MSS: Ch & French culture    In ibid. 96

Peter Robinson,     CD-Rom of WBP    96 [review by Mark Allen in SAC 20]

Simon Horobin    ChauR 31 96-7    Add. 35286 and the order of CT

R. Hanna,     Pursuing History: ME MSS and their texts    Stanford 1997

D. Pearsall    Burrow Essays 97    Pre-empting closure in CT

R. Beadle    Parkes essays 97    Geoffrey Spirleng

B. Donaghey    Thynne's 1532 Chaucer    In Scattergood & Boffey (eds.), Texts and their contexts 97

N. F. Blake    JEBS 1 97    Ch & the MSS of CT

Kate Harris       SAC 20 98    CT extracts in HM 144 and Trinity College Oxford MS D. 29

J. Boffey & A. S. G. Edwards     SAC 20 98    Shirley and the Ch canon

N. Blake    Anglia 116 98    Editing the CT: preliminary observations

Kathleen Forni    ChYb 5 98    The Ellesmere order -- is it Chaucer's?

S. Horobin    NM 99 98    The `hooked g' scribe and his work on 3 MSS of the CT

Joseph A. Dane    Archiv 235 98    The Chaucerian reception of Henry Bradshaw

Mary Erler    ChauR 33 98-9    Printer's copy: Bodley 638 & PF

Peter Robinson    Can we trust Hengwrt?    Blake essays 99

S. Horobin    Neoph. 84 00    Scribe of Helmingham & Northumberland MSS of CT

S. Partridge    Minding the gaps: interpreting MS evidence of CkT & SqT    Griffiths essays 00

N. Blake    Links in CT    Waldron essays 00

N. Blake    New Approach to witnesses & texts of CT    In Pearsall (ed.), New Directions 00

Joel Fredell    SAC 22 00    The lowly paraf: transmitting MS design in CT

S. Partridge     MS glosses to CT    Brewer 00



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III.    LANGUAGE, STYLE, METRE




J. D. Burnley     Neoph. 56 72    Chaucer's art of verbal allusion -- 2 notes

P. G. Adams    JEGP 71 72    Chaucer's assonance

M. L. Samuels    NQ 19 72    Chaucerian final -- e

Fitzroy Pyle    MAE 42 73    Chaucer's prosody

D. Brewer    PBA 60 74    Towards a Chaucerian poetic

F. W. Bateson    EC 25 1975    Could Ch. spell?

J. D. Burnley    YES 7 77    Chaucer's Termes

D. W. Robertson    Spec. 52 77    Some disputed Ch. terminology

W. Scheps    NM 80 79    Nonce words in Ch.

Judith Grossman    SAC 1 79    Some `buts' in Barbour & Chaucer

J. D. Burnley,     Ch's Lang. and the Philosophers' Tradition    Ch.Studies II 79

Norman Davis et al,    A Chaucer Glossary    Clarendon 79

J. O. Fichte,     Ch. Art Poetical: A Study in Chaucerian Poetics    Tubingen 1980

Gregory Roscow,     Syntax and Style in Ch. Poetry    Ch. Stud. VI 81

G. B. Killough    SAC 4 82     Punctuation and caesura in Ch.

J. Kerkhof,     Studies in the Language of Ch    Leiden 82

M. L. Samuels    Davis St. 83    Chaucer's spelling

T. Mustanoya    Davis St. 83    Chaucer's use of gan

P. M. Kean    RES 34 83    Ch. an Englishman elusively Italianate [metre and rhythm]

J. D. Burnley,     A Guide to Ch's Language    Macmillan 83

L. Benson    SAC Proc. 1 84    The queynte punnings of Ch's critics

Arthur Sandved,     An Introd. to Chaucerian English    Brewer 85

J. Fisher, Heffernan,    Pop. Lit.: Chaucer & the written language    Tenn. 85

Phillipa Hardman    RES 37 86    Chaucer's Muses and his `art poetical'

Steven Guthrie    ChauR 23 88-89    Prosody & Ch.

D. Burnley,     The Language of Chaucer    Macmillan 89

J. J. Smith & M. L. Samuels,     The English of Chaucer & his Contemps.    Aberdeen 89

J. Stevens     Chaucerian metre & early Tudor songs    Brewer essays 90

C. & N. Barber    LSE 21 90    Versification of CT -- computerised statistical study (cont. in LSE 22 91)

James Dean    SP 88 91    Chaucer, Gower & rhyme royal

D. Pearsall    Ch's metre: the evidence of the MSS    In T. W. Machan, Med. Lit. 91

J. I. Wimsatt,     Chaucer & his French Contemps.: natural music in the 14th c. (sound and sense)    Toronto 91

L. Benson    EMS 3 92    Ch's spelling reconsidered

P. R. Richardson    ChauR 28 93     Ch's final -e: some discourse considerations

J. I. Wimsatt    MLQ 55 94    Rhyme/reason, Chaucer/Pope, Icon/symbol

D. Burnley    Ang. 114 96    Ch's literary terms

J. A. Dane    JEGP 95 96    Queynte: a Chaucerian pun

Christopher Cannon    Spec. 71 96    Myth of origin and the making of Ch's English

C. Cannon,     The making of Chaucer's English    CUP 98

D. Pearsall     The weak declension of the adj. & its importance in Chaucerian metre    Blake essays 99

Alan Gaylord (ed.)     The art of Chaucer's verse    Garland 99

Martin Duffell    ChauR 34 99-00    Ch's invention of the iambic pentameter

Elizabeth Solopova    Parergon 18 00    Computer-assisted study of Ch's metre

W. A. Davenport    Parergon 18 00    Ballades, French & English, & Ch's `scarcity' of rhyme



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IV.    AUDIENCE, NARRATOR, RECEPTION




T. J. Garbaty    PMLA 89 74    Degradation of Geoffrey [dev. of narrator]

Dieter Mehl    Robbins F/S 74    Audience of Troilus

Alice Miskimin,     The Renaissance Chaucer    Yale UP 75

D. Pearsall     YES 7 77    The Troilus Frontispiece & Ch's audience

Dieter Mehl    LSE 10 78    Chaucer's audience

D. Brewer (ed.),     Chaucer: The Critical Heritage    RKP 78

E. Reiss    ChauR 14 80    Ch. & his audience

B. Rowland    SAC 4 82    Pronuntiatio and its effect on Ch. audience

J. C. Eade    SAC 4 82    Ch. astronomy and audience participnet.

P. Strohm    SAC 4 82    Ch's 15thc. audience & the narrowing of Ch. trad.

P. Strohm    ChauR 18 83-84    Chaucer's audiences(s): fictional, implied, actual

R. F. Green     ChauR 18 83-84    Women in Chaucer's audience

R. T. Lenaghan    ChauR 18 83-84    Ch's circle of gentlemen & clerks

David Lawton,     Chaucer's Narrators    Brewer 86

Seth Lerer    Viator 19 88     Rewriting Chaucer: 2 15thc readings of CT (HM 140 & Princeton 100)

Susan Schibanoff    SAC 10 88    The new reader & female textuality in 2 early commentaries on Ch. (EL & Egerton 2864)

John Finlayson    ChauR 24 89-90    RR & Chaucer's narrators

A. Higgins    JEGP 89 90    Spenser's allusions to Ch in FQ

R. Morse & B. Windeatt,     Chaucer Traditions: Studies in Hon. of Derek Brewer    CUP 90

T. F. Heffernan    Thynne's ed. of the Plowman's Tale    Brewer essays 90

Helen Cooper    Shape-shiftings of the WB 1395-1670    Brewer essays 90

P. Boitani     Transformations of the KnT    Brewer essays 90

A. Baldwin     From ClkT to Winter's Tale    Brewer essays 90

R. Beadle     The virtuoso's Troilus    Brewer essays 90

A. C. Spearing     Ch's & Dryden's WBT    Brewer essays 90

Malcolm Richardson    ChauR 25 90-91    Earliest owners of CT & Ch's second audience

Seth Lerer,     Ch. & his readers: imagining the author in late med. Eng.    Princeton 93

J. Boffey    ChauR 28 93    The reputation and circulation of Ch's lyrics in the 15th c.

Mary R. McCarl (ed.),     1532 and 1606 eds. of Plowman's Tale    Garland 94

J. H. Anderson    ELH 62 95    Spenser's use of Melibee

J. J. Campbell & Sylvia Holton    ChauR 31 96-7    Refs to Ch's literary reputation

David Carlson    Library 6th ser 19 97    Woodcut illustrations of the CT, 1483-1602

Theresa M. Krier (ed.),     Refiguring Ch in the Renaissance    Florida 98 [inc. essays by Clare Kinney, Judith Anderson and Helen Cooper]

Jodeph A. Dane,     Who is buried in Ch's tomb? Studies in the reception of Ch's Book    Michigan State U. 98

C. Collette    ChauR 33 98-9    Joan of Kent and noble women's roles in Ch's world

C. Meale    Readings of LGW in the 15th c.    Blake essays 99

Theresa M. Krier,     Refiguring Ch in the Renaissance    Florida 98

Barbara Kline (ed.),     Rewriting Chaucer: culture, authority, and the idea of the authentic text 1400-1602    Ohio State UP 99

T. Hahn (ed.),     Chaucer's readership in the 20th c. (repr. essays)    Routledge 00



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V.    WOMEN/FEMINISM
(SEE ALSO
GENERAL ENTRY)




D. M. Murtaugh    ELH 38 71    Women & Chaucer

Hope Phyllis Weissman    Antifeminism & Ch. chartn. of women    In Geoffrey Chaucer, ed. Economou '75

Arlyn Diamond     Chaucer's Women & Women's Chaucer    In her The Authority of Experience 1977

R. F. Green    SAC 10 88    Chaucer's victimized women

Priscilla Martin,     Ch's Women: nuns, wives & Amazons    Iowa 90

John Fyler    Man, men & women in Ch. poetry    In Edwards & Spector, The Olde Daunce: Love, Friendship, Sex & Marriage in Med. World     SUNY 91

Elaine Tuttle, Hansen     Chaucer & the Fictions of Gender    Cal. 91

Jill Mann,     Geoffrey Chaucer    Harvester (New Feminist Readings) 91

Denise Baker    MAE 60 91    Ch. & moral philosophy: the virtuous women of CT

Carolyn Dinshaw,     Chaucer's Sexual Poetics    Wisc 91

Carolyn Dinshaw, Yeager     ELS 51 91     Mutuality, Rivalry, Rape & Manhood: Gower & Ch.

Carolyn Dinshaw    Quarrels, rivals & rape: Gower & Chaucer    In D'Or, A Wyf Ther Was     Liege 92

Juliette d'Or (ed.),     A wyf ther was, Conf. papers in honor of P. Mertens-Fonck    Lang. & Lit. 92

Sheila Delany    Difference & the diff. it makes: sex & gender in Ch.    In D'Or A Wyf Ther Was Liege 92

S. Stanbury    Exemplaria 6 94     Women's letters and private space in Ch

A. Blamires    LSE 25 94    Questions of gender in Ch

K. Heinrichs    ES 76 95     Tropological women in Ch

C. Dinshaw     Exemplaria 7 95    Ch's queer touches -- a queer touches Ch

Angela J. Weisl,     Gender & genre in Ch's romance    Brewer 95

Anne Laskaya,     Ch's approach to gender in CT    96

Catherine S. Cox,     Gender and language in Ch    Florida 98



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VI. SOURCES AND LITERARY BACKGROUND




J. P. McCall    Spec 46 71    Ch. & the pseudo-Origen Magdalena

G. Olson    Spec 48 73    Deschamps' art de dictier & Chaucer

R. T. Lenaghan    Whiting F/S 74    Ch. and med. romance

S. Wenzel    SP 73 76    Chaucer & the language of contemp. preaching

S. Eisner     E&S 29 76     Ch's use of Nicholas of Lynn's Calendar (edited by Eisner, U. Georgia P 80)

Piero Boitani,     Chaucer & Boccaccio    MAE Monog. VIII 77

D. McGrady    ChauR 12 77    Ch. and Decameron

A. J. Minnis    MAE 48 79    Ch. & Ovide moralisé

John M. Fyler,     Ch. and Ovid    Yale U. P. 1979

N. Havely,     Ch's Boccaccio    Ch. Studies V '80

F. N. M. Diekstra    ES 62 81    Chaucer's way with his sources

F. Anne Payne,     Ch. & Menippean Satire    Wisconsin 81

A. J. Minnis,     Ch. & Pagan Antiquity     Ch. Stud. VIII 82

James I. Wimsatt,     Chaucer & the Poems of Ch.    Ch. Stud. IX 82

Andre Crepin    Boitani/Torti 82-3     Chaucer and the French

Piero Boitani (ed.),     Chaucer & the Italian Trecento     CUP 83

David Wallace,     Ch. and the early writings of Bocc.    Ch. Stud. XII 85

Howard Schless,     Chaucer and Dante    Pilgrim 85

J. D. Burnley    Neoph. 69 85    Chaucer, Usk & Geoffrey of Vinsauf

F. N. M. Diekstra    ES 69 88    Ch & Roman de la Rose

J. Fyler    Medievalia 13 89    Ovid and Ch (whole volume is on Ovid in M. A.)

J. I. Wimsatt,     Ch and his French contemps.    Toronto 91

Barbara Nolan,     Ch. & the tradition of the roman antique [TC & KnT]    CUP 92

P. B. Taylor    Traditio 47 92    Ch and the Latin muses

J. I. Wimsatt    Medievalia 15 93    Ch -- sources and intertextuality

H. Phillips    NMS 37 93    Ch's French translations

Paul Battles    ChauR 31 96-7    Ch and tradition of dawn-song

Rory McTurk    LSE 29 98    Ch & Giraldus Cambrensis

R. R. Edwards    SP 96 99    The desolate palace and the solitary city: Ch, Boccaccio & Dante

William Franke    ChauR 34 99-00    `Enditynges of worldly vanitees': truth & poetry in Ch as compared with Dante

Leonard Koff & Brenda Schildgen (eds.),     The Decameron and the CT: new essays on an old question    Fairleigh Dickinson UP 00



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VII. LIFE




R. Delasanta    MLQ 31 70    The penitence of G. C. [the Gascoigne legend]

H. Braddy    Spec. 52 77    Chaucer, Alice Perrers & Cecily Champain

Mary Hallmundsson    M&H 10 81     Chaucer's circle: Scogan & friends

R. F. Yeager    JMRS 14 84    BL Add. 5141: unnoticed Chaucer vita [in 16thc. hand on rear of portrait]

T. Garbaty    SAC Proc. 2 86    Chaucer, the customs & the Hainault connection

Donald Howard,     Ch & the Med. World    Calif. 87

Joseph Hornsby    ChauR 22 87-88    Was Ch. educated at the Inns of Court?

James Dean    ChauR 24 89-90     Ch's repentance: a likely story

Lister Matheson    ChauR 25 90-91    Ch's ancestry: historical & philological reassessments

A. S. G. Edwards    EMS 4 93    Ch portraits in Harley and Rosenbach

R. Delasanta    ChauR 26 91     Chaucer and Strode

L. Brosnahan    ChauR 26 91     The pendant in the Ch. Portraits

D. Pearsall,     The life of Geoffrey Chaucer: a critical biography    Blackwell 92

Marta Harley     ChauR 28 93     Cecilia Chaumpaigne and A. Perrers

D. Pearsall    MAE 64 95    Chaucer's Tomb: The Politics of reburial

C. Cannon    Spec. 71 96    Newly discovered document on raptus

E. G. Stanley     RES 48 97    Ch at Woodstock -- an 18th c. theme

Andrew Taylor    SAC 19 97    Anne of Bohemia & the making of Chaucer

H. A. Kelly     SAC 20 98    Meaning of raptus in Ch's time

William A. Quinn    ChYb 5 98    The rapes of Chaucer

C. Collette    ChauR 33 98-9    Joan of Kent and noble women's roles in Ch's world

Susan Morrison    ChauR 34 99-00    The use of biography in med. lit. crit. -- the case of Cecilia Chaumpaigne

C. Cannon    SAC 22 00    Ch and rape: uncertainty's certainties


 

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