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Chaucer and the French tradition; a study in style and meaning.

By: Muscatine, Charles.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Berkeley, University of California Press, 1957Description: 282 p. 23 cm.Subject(s): Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400 -- Knowledge -- Literature | French literature -- To 1500 -- History and criticism | Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400 -- Sources | English poetry -- French influencesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Chaucer and the French tradition.DDC classification: 821.17 LOC classification: PR1912.A3 | M8Other classification: 18.05
Contents:
The courtly tradition. The conventional style ; The Roman de la rose of Guillaume de Lorris ; Realism and romance -- The bourgeois tradition. The realistic style ; Courtly traits in the bourgeois tradition ; The Roman de la rose of Jean de Meun -- Chaucer's early poems. The Book of the duchess ; The House of fame ; The Parliament of fowls -- Troilus and Criseyde. Boccaccio, the French tradition, and Chaucer ; Troilus and Pandarus ; Criseyde ; The ending -- The Canterbury tales. Gothic form ; Two versions of conventionalism ; Three versions of naturalism ; The mixed style -- Chaucer and the fifteenth century.
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The courtly tradition. The conventional style ; The Roman de la rose of Guillaume de Lorris ; Realism and romance -- The bourgeois tradition. The realistic style ; Courtly traits in the bourgeois tradition ; The Roman de la rose of Jean de Meun -- Chaucer's early poems. The Book of the duchess ; The House of fame ; The Parliament of fowls -- Troilus and Criseyde. Boccaccio, the French tradition, and Chaucer ; Troilus and Pandarus ; Criseyde ; The ending -- The Canterbury tales. Gothic form ; Two versions of conventionalism ; Three versions of naturalism ; The mixed style -- Chaucer and the fifteenth century.

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