Chaucer and language : essays in honour of Douglas Wurtele / edited by Robert Myles and David Williams.
Geoffrey Chaucer is increasingly recognized as a writer whose work is particularly congenial to modern tastes. The essays in Chaucer and Language are at the forefront of present-day interest in Chaucer as a highly self-conscious manipulator of language and theorist of signification in the broadest s...
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