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Author: Geoffrey Chaucer
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Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400; Morris, Richard, 1833-1894; Nicolas, Nicholas . The Boke of the duchesse. The book was scanned in its entirety, . no pages were missed in the process. SRLF UCSB:LAGE-5343069.

Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400; Morris, Richard, 1833-1894; Nicolas, Nicholas Harris, Sir, 1799-1848. Of Quene Anelyda and falsy Arcyte.

Geoffrey Chaucer (/ˈtʃɔːsər/; c. 1340s – 25 October 1400) was an English poet and author. Widely seen as the greatest English poet of the Middle Ages, he is best known for The Canterbury Tales. Chaucer has been styled the "Father of English literature". He was the first writer buried in Poets' Corner of Westminster Abbey. Chaucer also gained fame as a philosopher and astronomer, composing the scientific A Treatise on the Astrolabe for his 10-year-old son Lewis.

English poet Geoffrey Chaucer wrote the unfinished work, The Canterbury Tales. Poet Geoffrey Chaucer was born circa 1340 in London, England

English poet Geoffrey Chaucer wrote the unfinished work, The Canterbury Tales. It is considered one of the greatest poetic works in English. Poet Geoffrey Chaucer was born circa 1340 in London, England. In 1357 he became a public servant to Countess Elizabeth of Ulster and continued in that capacity with the British court throughout his lifetime. The Canterbury Tales became his best known and most acclaimed work. He died October 25, 1400 in London, England, and was the first to be buried in Westminster Abbey’s Poet’s Corner.

Appears in 194 books from 1826-2007. Page 115 - WHILOM, as olde stories tellen us, Ther was a duk that highte Theseus; Of Athenes he was lord and governour, And in his tyme swich a conquerour, That gretter was ther non under the sonne. Appears in 134 books from 1847-2008.

Bell and Daldy, 1866 Стр. 54 - He made the book that hight the Hous of Fame, And eke the Deeth of Blaunche the Duchesse, And the Parlement of Foules.

Bell and Daldy, 1866. Встречается в книгах (113) с 1822 по 2006. Библиографические данные.

Before William Shakespeare, Geoffrey Chaucer was the preeminent English poet, and he remains in the top tier .

Before William Shakespeare, Geoffrey Chaucer was the preeminent English poet, and he remains in the top tier of the English canon. Chaucer's first published work was The Book of the Duchess, a poem of over 1,300 lines, supposed to be an elegy for Blanche, Duchess of Lancaster, addressed to her widower, the Duke. For this first of his important poems, which was published in 1370, Chaucer used the dream-vision form, a genre made popular by the highly influential 13th-century French poem of courtly love, the Roman de la Rose, which Chaucer translated into English.

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One of the greatest and most ambitious works in English literature, in the original Middle English

One of the greatest and most ambitious works in English literature, in the original Middle English. The Canterbury Tales depicts a storytelling competition between pilgrims drawn from all ranks of society. The tales are as various as the pilgrims themselves, encompassing comedy, pathos, tragedy, and cynicism.

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Major works of the second period include The House of Fame, recounting the adventures of Aeneas after the fall of Troy; The Parliament of Fowls, which tells of the mating of fowls on St. Valentine's Day and is thought to celebrate the betrothal of Richard II to Anne of Bohemia; and a prose translation of Boethius' De consolatione philosophiae.