Steve Ellis shows how the Canterbury Tales has been radically opened up by modern critical theory. The book provides an introduction to a wide range of theoretical approaches to Chaucer, including the feminist, Lacanian, Bakhtinian, deconstructive, semiotic and anthropological schools.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins : Publishers Acknowledgements
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2. H. MARSHALL LEICESTER, JR, Structure as Deconstruction: 'Chaucer and Estates Satire' in the 'General Prologue', or Reading Chaucer as a Prologue to the History of Disenchantment
3. MARK A. SHERMAN, The Politics of Discourse in Chaucer's 'Knight's Tale'
4. PEGGY KNAPP, Robyn the Miller's Thrifty Work
5. CAROLYN DINSHAW, The Law of Man and its 'Abhomynacions'
6. ARTHUR LINDLEY, 'Vanysshed Was This Daunce, He Nyste Where': Alisoun's Absence in the 'Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale'
7. ELAINE TUTTLE HANSEN, The Powers of Silence: the Case of the Clerk's Griselda
8. CAROLYN P. COLLETTE, Umberto Eco, Semiotics, and the 'Merchant's Tale'
9. JOHN STEPHENS & MARCELLA RYAN, Metafictional Strategies and the Theme of Sexual Power in the Wife of Bath's and Frankiln's Tales
10. LEE PATTERSON, The Subject of Confession: the Pardon
- Data Publicarii : 02 Oct 1998
- Editie : 1
- Format : Paperback
- Numar pagini : 256
- ISBN : 9780582248816