Chaucer and the Fifteenth Century

Chaucer and the Fifteenth Century

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Aims to study the age of Chaucer and the events that shaped his career, and to show how the age made the poet. It also pays considerable attention to the precise poetic means Chaucer used to produce his effects. The writings of Lydgate, Hoccleve, Pecock, Fortescue, Caxton and other unknownwriters of the 15th century are also assessed. Their work covered subjects such as love, war, religion, history, medicine, travel and practical affairs. This book sums up the contribution of the 15th century to the body and continuity of English literature.
Publisher: London : Oxford University Press, 1965, 1947
ISBN: 9780198122296
Branch Call Number: 821.1 BEN
Characteristics: vi, 326 p. 23 cm.


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