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Chaucer"s queer nation

by Glenn Burger

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Published by University of Minnesota Press in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400 -- Criticism and interpretation,
    • Homosexuality and literature -- England -- History -- To 1500,
    • Domestic relations in literature,
    • Body, Human, in literature,
    • Sex in literature

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementGlenn Burger.
      SeriesMedieval cultures ;, v. 34
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR1933.S35 B87 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxv, 264 p. ;
      Number of Pages264
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3555120M
      ISBN 100816638055, 0816638063
      LC Control Number2002010195

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Bringing the concerns of queer theory and postcolonial studies to bear on Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, this ambitious book compels a rethinking not only of this most canonical of works, but also of questions of sexuality and gender in pre- and postmodern contexts, of issues of modernity and nation in historiography, and even of the enterprise of historiography itself.

Bringing the concerns of queer theory and postcolonial studies to bear on Chaucer s Canterbury Tales, this ambitious book compels a rethinking not only of this most canonical of works, but also of questions of sexuality and gender in pre- and postmodern contexts, of issues of modernity and nation in historiography, and even of the enterprise of historiography by: Bringing the concerns of queer theory and postcolonial studies to bear on Chaucer s Canterbury Tales, this ambitious book compels a rethinking not only of this most canonical of works, but also of questions of sexuality and gender in pre- and postmodern contexts, of issues of modernity and nation in historiography, and even of the enterprise of historiography itself/5.

Bringing the concerns of queer theory and postcolonial studies to bear on Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, this ambitious book compels a rethinking not only of this most canonical of works, but also of questions of sexuality and gender in pre- and postmodern contexts, of issues of modernity and nation in historiography, and even of the enterprise of historiography by: Get this from a library.

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Book Description: Bringing the concerns of queer theory and postcolonial studies to bear on Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, this ambitious book compels a rethinking not only of this most canonical of works, but also of questions of sexuality and gender in pre- and postmodern contexts, of issues of modernity and nation in historiography, and even of the enterprise of historiography itself.

Geoffrey Chaucer was arguably fourteenth-century England's greatest poet. In the nineteenth century, readers of Chaucer's early dream poems - the Book of the Duchess, House of Fame, and Parliament of Fowles - began to detect a tripartite model of his artistic development from a French to an Italian, and finally to an English phase.

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Book Description: Geoffrey Chaucer was arguably fourteenth-century England's greatest poet. In the nineteenth century, readers of Chaucer's early dream poems - theBook of the Duchess, House of Fame, and Parliament of Fowles- began to detect a tripartite model of his artistic development from a French to an Italian, and finally to an English phase.

They fleshed out this model with the. Books shelved as queer-characters: Carry On by Rainbow Rowell, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli, Aristotle and Dante Discover the Se. Geoffrey Chaucer -- the complete book list. Browse author series lists, sequels, pseudonyms, synopses, book covers, ratings and awards.

Geoffrey Chaucer’s stories of human experience in the Canterbury Tales are often used as evidence that Chaucer was a sort of proto-feminist. Three pilgrims who are women are actually given voice in the Tales: the Wife of Bath, the Prioress, and the Second Nun –.

These thirteen essays by distinguished Chaucerians deal with the most neglected genre of the Canterbury Tales, the religious tales. Although the prose works are also discussed, the primary focus of the volume is on Chaucer's four poems in rhyme royal: the Clerk's Tale, the Man of Law's Tale, the Second Nun's Tale and the Prioress's Tale.4/5(2).

Chaucer's Gardens and the Language of Convention examines the extensive literary and cultural sources for Chaucer's gardens, from some of his earliest dream-poems through Troilus and Criseyde and several of The Canterbury Tales.

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Read this book on Questia. Out of the diversity of authorship and approach represented in this anthology, a surprisingly consistent picture of Chaucer's art and spirit emerges. Using queer theory to untangle all types of nonnormative sexual identities, Tison Pugh uses Chaucer’s work to expose the ongoing tension in the Middle Ages between an erotic culture that glorified love as an ennobling passion and an anti-erotic religious and philosophical tradition that denigrated love and (perhaps especially) its enactments.

Here at Book Riot, we’re always excited to find great new books featuring queer characters, and there are so many amazing ones coming out this year. So without further ado, here are some of our most anticipated LGBTQ books of Geoffrey Chaucer was born in London, probably in or He was the son of Agnes de Copton and John Chaucer, a prosperous wine merchant.

Inwhile he was in his teens, Geoffrey was a page in the household of Prince Lionel, son of King Edward III.