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by Norman Davis,Douglas Gray,Patricia Ingham,Anne Wallace-Hadrill

Author: Norman Davis,Douglas Gray,Patricia Ingham,Anne Wallace-Hadrill
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (August 2, 1979)
Pages: 206 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.9
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Its primary aim is to explain the meanings of words and phrases used by Chaucer in ways which are unfamiliar in modern English. Words used as they are today are not included, but many now in common use do appear, as they had different connotations in Chaucer's time.

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A Chaucer Glossary, ed. Norman Davis, Douglas Gray, Patricia Ingham and Anne Wallace-Hadrill (Oxford, 1979). What 184 sholde he studye, and make himselven wood, 185 Upon a book 185 in cloistre alwey to poure, Or swinken 186 with his handes and laboure, As Austin 187 bit?

A Chaucer Glossary, ed. Abbreviations of the Canterbury Tales. Cl The Clerk’s Prologue and Tale. What 184 sholde he studye, and make himselven wood, 185 Upon a book 185 in cloistre alwey to poure, Or swinken 186 with his handes and laboure, As Austin 187 bit?

Davis, Norman - Douglas Gray - Patricia Ingham - Anne Wallace-Hadrill (ed. 1979 A Chaucer glossary. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Davis, Norman - Douglas Gray - Patricia Ingham - Anne Wallace-Hadrill (ed. Griffiths, Jeremy - Derek A. Pearsall (ed. 1989 Book production and publishing in Britain 1375-1475. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Andrew Frederic Wallace-Hadrill, OBE, FBA, FSA (born 29 July 1951) is a British ancient historian, classical archaeologist, and academic. He was Director of the British School at Rome between 1995 and 2009, and Master of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge from August 2009 to July 2013.

Davis, Norman – Douglas Gray – Patricia Ingham – Anne Wallace-Hadrill (ed. Griffiths, Jeremy – Derek A.

Davis, Norman, Douglas Gray, Patricia Ingham, and Anne Wallace-Hadrill, comps. Gray, Douglas, ed. The Oxford Companion to Chaucer. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003. Rev. ed. Oxford: Clarendon, 1981. E-mail Citation . Still a valuable small glossary, with near-concordance completeness and etymologies. Originally published in 1979. Harvard University, Faculty of Arts and SciencesGeoffrey Chaucer.

I am drawing on the translation of consente (refl. as to submit listed in Norman Davis, Douglas Gray, Patricia Ingham, and Anne Wallace-Hadrill, comp. A Chaucer Glossary (Oxford: Clarendon, 1979).

This Glossary, designed as a practical aid to the reading of Chaucer, is intended to be serviceable with any of the widely read editions. Its primary aim is to explain the meanings of words and phrases used by Chaucer in ways which are unfamiliar in modern English. Words used as they are today are not included, but many now in common use do appear, as they had different connotations in Chaucer's time. This concise working tool will be valuable to all Middle English scholars.