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  1. Geoffrey Chaucer (Bloom's Classic Critical Views)
  2. Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales (Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations)
  3. The Canterbury Tales (original-spelling Middle English edition) (Penguin Classics) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2005-08-30
  4. Chaucer: Ackroyd's Brief Lives (Ackroyd Brief Lives) by Peter Ackroyd, 2005-01-18
  5. The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: The House of Fame:the Legend of Good Women: The Treatise On the Astrolabe: With an Account of the Sources of the ... Tales.[V. 4] the Canterbury Tales: Text by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2010-05-12
  6. The Canterbury Tales (Puffin Classics) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 1997-08-01
  7. The Canterbury Tales (Norton Critical Editions) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2005-05-17
  8. The Canterbury Tales (Oxford World's Classics) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2008-05-15
  9. Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog: Medieval Studies and New Media (The New Middle Ages) by Brantley L. Bryant, 2010-05-15
  10. Canterbury Tales by GEOFFREY CHAUCER, 2007-11-06
  11. Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales: A Casebook (Casebooks in Criticism)
  12. The Canterbury Tales (Leather Bound) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 1978
  13. The Canterbury Tales: A Selection (Penguin Classics) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2009-07-28
  14. The Canterbury Tales (Modern Library Classics) by Geoffrey Chaucer, 2009-11-10

1. Geoffrey Chaucer (c. 1340-1400) British Writer.
(c. 13401400) British writer. Geoffrey Chaucer is considered the greatest poet of the Middle English period. He's well-known for The Canterbury Tales.
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    Enter Geoffrey Chaucer. A budding young poet and a favorite of the English court, Chaucer became a diplomat and was granted many offices. Read more about Chaucer, and the English Renaissance. zSB(3,3)
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    Geoffrey Chaucer (c1345-1400) has been called "the father of English poetry. With his knowledge of Latin, French and Italian literature, he transformed the world of literature. Chaucer's greatest work was his "Canterbury Tales," a collection of stories told by pilgrims on their way to Canterbury. Read more about the life and works of Geoffrey Chaucer.

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    3. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Geoffrey Chaucer
    Summary of the author's life and literary contributions English poet, born in London between 1340 and 1345; died there, 25 October, 1400.
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    English poet , born in London between 1340 and 1345; died there, 25 October, 1400. John Chaucer, a vintner and citizen of London married Agnes, heiress of one Hamo de Copton, the city moneyer, and owned the house in Upper Thames Street, Dowgate Hill (a site covered now by the arrival platform of Cannon Street Station), where his son Geoffrey was born. That his birth was not in 1328, hitherto the accepted date, is fully proved (Furnivall in The Academy, 8 Dec., 1888, 12 Dec., 1887). John Chaucer was connected with the Court, and once saw Flanders in the royal train. Geoffrey was educated well, but whether he was entered at either university remains unknown. He figures by name from the year 1357, presumably in the capacity of a page, in the household books of the Lady Elizabeth de Burgh, wife of Prince Lionel, third son of King Edward III (Bond in Fornightly Review, VI, 28 Aug., 1873). The lad followed this prince to France , serving through the final and futile Edwardian invasion, which ended in the Peace of Bretigny (1360), and was taken prisoner at "Retters", identified by unwary biographers as Retiers near Rennes , but by Skeat as Rethel near Reims , a place mentioned by Froissart in his account of this very campaign. Thence Chaucer was ransomed by the

    4. Geoffrey Chaucer - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    In 1324 John Chaucer, Geoffrey's father, was kidnapped by an aunt in the hope of marrying the twelveyear-old boy to her daughter in an attempt to keep property in Ipswich.
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    England Died 25 October 1400 (aged 56-57) Resting place Westminster Abbey London Occupation philosopher bureaucrat diplomat Influences Ovid Giovanni Boccaccio Geoffrey Chaucer (pronounced /ˈtʃɔːsər/ ; c. 1343 – 25 October 1400) was an English author, poet, philosopher bureaucrat courtier and diplomat . Although he wrote many works, he is best remembered for his unfinished frame narrative The Canterbury Tales . Sometimes called the father of English literature , Chaucer is credited by some scholars as the first author to demonstrate the artistic legitimacy of the vernacular Middle English , rather than French or Latin

    5. [ll] ViaLibri ~ The Workes - CHAUCER, Geoffrey - 1550. [5950814]
    CHAUCER, Geoffrey. The Workes - London Robert Toye 1550? Folio. ff (viii) 354 lacking final blank. Black letter, double column, gener. 5950814
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    7. Chaucer (Geoffrey) The Works | The Antique Marks Blog
    A fine copy of the most important work from the Kelmscott Press, and arguably the greatest of all Private Press books is offered for auction on 15th May 2008 by Bloomsbury Auctions
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    A fine copy of the most important work from the Kelmscott Press, and arguably the greatest of all Private Press books is offered for auction on 15th May 2008 by Bloomsbury Auctions read more on William Morris Also, in the same sale is the stunning Nuremberg Chronicle Liber Chronicarum ) printed by Anton Koberger, depicting a history of the world from Creation to contemporary times and including a number of blank leaves onto which the books owner can continue the history. A work remarkable for its illustrations, its design, woodcuts and descriptions of cities. The woodcut illustrations include events from the Bible, pictures of human monstrosities, portraits of Kings, Queens, saints and martyrs, and allegorical pictures of miracles. Auction Cataloque eBay Cataloque
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    8. Geoffrey Chaucer Homepage
    Student site includes basic biographical information, bibliography, and Chaucer links.
    Geoffrey Chaucer Information Geoffrey Chaucer was one of the greatest poets of the medieval age. He revolutionized the English language by publishing The Canterbury Tales . His impact on the English language, and all of poetry shall not be forgotten. This site focuses on the life and times of Geoffrey Chaucer , and his works, including his most famous work, The Canterbury Tales. It includes an essay about Geoffrey Chaucer , as well as fast facts and many different links to other credible resources. If you have any questions about Chaucer you may e-mail me at the address listed below.
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    9. Geoffrey Chaucer - Biography And Works
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    Geoffrey Chaucer (born 1340/44, died 1400) is remembered as the author of The Canterbury Tales, which ranks as one of the greatest epic works of world literature. Chaucer made a crucial contribution to English literature in using English at a time when much court poetry was still written in Anglo-Norman or Latin. Geoffrey Chaucer was born in London. He was the son of a prosperous wine merchant and deputy to the king's butler, and his wife Agnes. Little is known of his early education, but his works show that he could read French, Latin, and Italian. In 1359-1360 Chaucer went to France with Edward III's army during the Hundred Years' War. He was captured in the Ardennes and returned to England after the treaty of Brtigny in 1360. There is no certain information of his life from 1361 until c.1366, when he perhaps married Philippa Roet, the sister of John Gaunt's future wife. Philippa died in 1387 and Chaucer enjoyed Gaunt's patronage throughout his life. Between 1367 and 1378 Chaucer made several journeys abroad on diplomatic and commercial missions. In 1385 he lost his employment and rent-free home, and moved to Kent where he was appointed as justice of the peace. He was also elected to Parliament. This was a period of great creativity for Chaucer, during which he produced most of his best poetry, among others

    10. Chaucer, Geoffrey (Nuttall Encyclopædia)
    1907 Nuttall Encyclop dia of General Knowledge C Chaucer, Geoffrey a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z. Chaucer, Geoffrey (1340 ‒ 1400) Chaucer
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    Chaucer, Geoffrey , the great early English poet, and father of English poetry , the son of a vintner and taverner, born probably in London , where he lived almost all his days; when a lad, served as page in the royal household; won the favour and patronage of the king, Edward III . and his son, John of Gaunt , who pensioned him; served in an expedition to France ; was made prisoner, but ransomed by the king; was often employed on royal embassies, in particular to Italy ; held responsible posts at home ; was thus a man of the world as well as a man of letters; he comes first before us as a poet in 1369; his poetic powers developed gradually, and his best and ripest work, which occupied him at intervals from 1373 to 1400, is his “ Canterbury Tales q.v .), characterised by Stopford Brooke as “the best example of English story-telling we possess”; besides which he wrote, among other compositions, “The Life of

    11. A Basic Chaucer Glossary
    A glossary of common words used by Chaucer.
    (The one hundred most common words are marked with an asterisk) Edwin Duncan's Home Page English Department Home Page Towson University Home Page
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    12. Chaucer, Geoffrey - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Chaucer
    English poet. The Canterbury Tales, a collection of stories told by a group of pilgrims on their way to Canterbury, reveals his knowledge of human nature and his stylistic variety, Geoffrey

    13. Chaucer, Geoffrey Books
    Like Canterbury Tales, by Chaucer, Canterbury Marriage Tales, by Chaucer, Knight's Tale From the Canterbury Tales, by Chaucer, Canterbury Tales In Modern Verse, by Chaucer

    14. An Annotated Guide To Online Resources
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    The purpose of this site is not to duplicate the vast amount of Chaucer material that has appeared on the internet in the last five years, but to sift and sort. Suggestions for additions are welcome. what's new is moving to a new server. Be patient while we get everything working again. Please send comments to David Wilson-Okamura (East Carolina University) at 18 July 2008 The hardback edition of The Riverside Chaucer (1987) costs more than $60 (US) and weighs about eight pounds. Fortunately, there is a paperback edition that weighs less than two pounds. Unfortunately, it is available for sale only in the UK. Fortunately, it is now very easy to order foreign titles over the internet and let your credit card company worry about the currency exchange. Amazon UK do get all the notes and commentary, and you won't break your back lugging the thing back and forth to class.

    15. Geoffrey Chaucer - Books, Biography, Quotes - Read Print
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    16. Balance In The Book Of The Duchess
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    17. Chaucer Geoffrey: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online Library
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    19. WebVoyage Restart
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    20. Chaucer, Geoffrey: AuthorSheets, Reference Services, Carnegie Library Of Pittsbu
    Chaucer, Geoffrey. In Baldwin, Charles Sears. Three Medieval Centuries of Literature in England 11001400. New York Phaeton Press, 1968. pp. 203- 226.
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