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Chaucer

Geoffrey. ?1340--1400, English poet, noted for his narrative skill, humour, and insight, particularly in his most famous work, The Canterbury Tales. He was influenced by the continental tradition of rhyming verse. His other works include Troilus and Criseyde, The Legende of Good Women, and The Parlement of Foules
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Here linking Chaucer with yet another John (the Apostle, not the Baptist), Wordsworth's "Conclusion" subjects these two authors and their respective visions to his own poetic revision, asking:
Interest sags in the long listings of familiar critical studies, biographies, anthologies, and literary histories that follow, even though some are old and valuable in themselves, like Richard Braithwaite's commentary on two of the Tales (1665), Warton's History of English Poetry (1774-1781), Godwin's Life of Chaucer (1804), and Todd's Illustrations of Gower and Chaucer (1810).
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And although the Man of Law rides "but hoomly in a medlee cote," the silk girdle (ceint) with small ornamental bars that Chaucer mentions in the next line of his portrait (328-29) adds a stylish touch to his attire.
In Geoffrey Chaucer, Moore has the mount to return him to the treasured winner's circle - and in the process give trainer Aidan O'Brien an unprecedented hat-trick of triumphs in the world's greatest Flat race.
The famous collection of more than 20 stories is written by Adam Pinkhurst from Chaucer's very own script, more than 600 years ago.
THE Aidan O'Brien-trained Geoffrey Chaucer gets the vote to land the Group 2 Juddmonte Beresford Stakes at the Curragh today.
Among John Lydgate's various tributes to Chaucer, one of the most puzzling is his reference to the Book of the Duchess in the Fall of Princes (c.
Chaucer, the specialist Lloyd's insurance group, is now offering a new political risk and trade credit coverage in New York.
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