Chaucer’s Squire’s Tale, Franklin’s Tale, and Physician’s Tale: An Annotated Bibliography, 1900-2005

Edited by Kenneth Bleeth

© 2017

The latest volume in the Chaucer Bibliographies series, meticulously assembled by Kenneth Bleeth, is the most comprehensive record of scholarship on Chaucer’s Squire’s Tale, Franklin’s Tale, and Physician’s Tale. The bibliography treats each tale as a unit, enables the reader to track the many connections between the Squire's and Franklin's Tales, and records the recent resurgence of interest in the Physician's Tale. Each bibliographical entry includes an annotation summarizing the content or key argument of the publication. Each of the three chapters includes a section on the work's sources, analogues, and later influence, and is prefaced by an essay that surveys the critical reception of the work. Containing almost two thousand entries, this volume covers publications both major and minor from 1900 to 2005.

Continue Reading Read Less

Product Details

  • Series: Chaucer Bibliographies
  • World Rights
  • Page Count: 596 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.2in x 1.5in x 9.3in
Product Formats

SaveUP TO 9239

Book Formats

SKU# SP003674

  • PUBLISHED NOV 2017

    From: $99.75

    Regular Price: $133.00

    ISBN 9781442647220
  • PUBLISHED NOV 2017

    From: $99.75

    Regular Price: $133.00

Quick Overview

The latest volume in the Chaucer Bibliographies series, meticulously assembled by Kenneth Bleeth, is the most comprehensive record of scholarship on Chaucer’s Squire’s Tale, Franklin’s Tale, and Physician’s Tale.

Chaucer’s Squire’s Tale, Franklin’s Tale, and Physician’s Tale: An Annotated Bibliography, 1900-2005

Edited by Kenneth Bleeth

© 2017

The latest volume in the Chaucer Bibliographies series, meticulously assembled by Kenneth Bleeth, is the most comprehensive record of scholarship on Chaucer’s Squire’s Tale, Franklin’s Tale, and Physician’s Tale. The bibliography treats each tale as a unit, enables the reader to track the many connections between the Squire's and Franklin's Tales, and records the recent resurgence of interest in the Physician's Tale. Each bibliographical entry includes an annotation summarizing the content or key argument of the publication. Each of the three chapters includes a section on the work's sources, analogues, and later influence, and is prefaced by an essay that surveys the critical reception of the work. Containing almost two thousand entries, this volume covers publications both major and minor from 1900 to 2005.

Continue Reading Read Less

Product Details

  • Series: Chaucer Bibliographies
  • World Rights
  • Page Count: 596 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.2in x 1.5in x 9.3in
  • Author Information

    Kenneth Bleeth is a professor emeritus in the Department of English as well as the former director of the Medieval Studies Program at Connecticut College.
  • Table of contents

    General Editor’s Preface

    Preface

    Abbreviations and Works Cited

    The Squire’s Tale: Introduction

    The Franklin’s Tale: Introduction

    The Squire’s and Franklin’s Tales: Editions and Modernizations

    Sources, Analogues, and the Posterity of The Squire’s Tale

    The Franklin’s Tale: Sources, Analogues, and Later Influences

    The Squire’s Tale, 1889–2005

    The Squire–Franklin Link (V. 673–708)

    The Franklin’s Tale, 1894–2005

    The Physician’s Tale: Introduction

    The Physician’s Tale: Sources, Analogues, and Later Influence

    The Physician’s Tale, 1893–2005

    Index

Related Titles