The Canterbury Tales

Further reading

  • Collette, Carolyn P. (2001). Species, phantasms, and images: vision and medieval psychology in The Canterbury tales. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. doi:10.3998/mpub.16499. ISBN 978-0-472-11161-9.
  • Kolve, V. A.; Olson, Glending (2005). The Canterbury tales: fifteen tales and the general prologue: authoritative text, sources and backgrounds, criticism. A Norton critical edition (2 ed.). New York: W.W. Norton. ISBN 978-0-393-92587-6.
  • Sobecki, Sebastian (2017). "A Southwark Tale: Gower, the 1381 Poll Tax, and Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales". Speculum. 92 (3): 630–660. doi:10.1086/692620.
  • Thompson, N. S. (1996). Chaucer, Boccaccio, and the debate of love: a comparative study of the Decameron and the Canterbury tales. Oxford: Clarendon Press. ISBN 978-0-19-812378-1.
  • Spark Notes: The Canterbury Tales. New York, New York: Spark Publishing. 2014.
  • No Fair: The Canterbury Tales. New York, New York: Spark Publishing. 2009.
  • Dogan, Sandeur (2013). "The Three Estates Model: Represented and Satirised in Chaucer's General Prologue to The Canterbury Tales". Journal of History, Culture & Art Research / Tarih Kültür ve Sanat Arastirmalari Dergisi. Jun2013, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p49-56.
  • Biggs, Frederick (2017). Chaucer's Decameron and the origin of the Canterbury tales. D.S. Brewer,. *Cambridge. ISBN 9781843844754. OCLC 971521732
  • Nicholls, Jonathan. "Review: Chaucer's Narrators by David Lawton," The Modern Language Review,2017.
  • Pugh, Tison. "Gender, Vulgarity, and the Phantom Debates of Chaucer's Merchant's Tale," Studies in Philology, Vol. 114 Issue 3, 473-496, 2017.

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