About this book
Title in the "Author's In Context" series; a lively, accessible and critically topical exploration of Chaucer's work in relation to the age in which he lived.
This book examines Chaucer's life and poetry through the lens of his cultural experience. It offers a wide-ranging account of the medieval society from which his works sprang, and examines the works in detail. It considers the intellectual and philosophical contexts, and the modern reception of Chaucer in film and television.
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