Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury tales : a casebook / edited by Lee Patterson. - New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2007. - x, 241 p. : il. ; 21 cm. - Casebooks in criticism .

Bibliografía: (p. 239-241).

The general prologue and estates literature / Jill Mann -- "The struggle between noble designs and chaos": the literary tradition of Chaucer's Knight's tale / Roberty W. Hanning -- Nature, youth, and Nowell's flood / V. A. Kolve -- Of a fire in the dark: public and private feminism in the Wife of Bath's tale / H. Marshall Leicester, Jr. -- Imagery, structure, and theme in Chaucer's Merchant's tale / Karl Wentersdorf -- Pleasure and responsibility in the Franklin's tale / Harry Berger, Jr. -- The Pardoner's dilemma / Lee Patterson -- Empathy and enmity in the Prioress's tale / Stephen Spector -- A reading of the Nun's Priest's tale / Derek Pearsall -- The Nun's Priest's metamorphosis of scholastic discourse / Jim Rhodes.

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