Chaucer's dream poetry
Chaucer's Dream Poetry is the first volume to provide texts of all Chaucer's four dream poems together with a full critical guide to the genre of dream poetry and introductions to the individual poems. The texts have been newly edited by Helen Phillips and Nick Havely, who have previously produced major scholarly editions of two of the poems. Included are thorough and informative on-page commentaries unavailable in current Chaucer editions, as well as a full glossary at the end of the book.
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the book of the duchess Helen Phillips
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