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Chaucer and the City

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Literature of the city and the city in literature are topics of major contemporary interest. This volume enhances our understanding of Chaucer's iconic role as a London poet, defining the modern sense of London as a city in history, steeped in its medieval past. Building on recent work by historians on medieval London, as well as modern urban theory, the essays address the centrality of the city in Chaucer's work, and of Chaucer to a literature and a language of the city. Contributors explore the spatial extent of the city, ...

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1843840731

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9781843840732

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Chaucer and the City
2006, Boydell & Brewer, Cambridge, England

ISBN-13: 9781843840732

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