The Age of Chaucer by Valerie Allen
  

Synopsis

The Age of Chaucer by Valerie Allen

Critical introductions to a range of literary topics and genres. This book explores the world in which Chaucer wrote; it offers opportunities for comparison between his work and that of his near contemporaries; and discusses stylistic variations to be found between Chaucer and other writers, and within Chaucer's own texts.

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'... provide valuable background and guidance to sixth-formers and students working on their own for exams and coursework for all awarding bodies, not just OCR.'

'Attractivly produced and concisely presented in 128 pages, this is a user-friendly book; students will have no difficulty in locating whatever information they may need.'

'It is a balanced, clear and thoughtful presentation which teachers and students will find very helpful. '

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
130 pages
Interest Age: From 16

Author

Valerie Allen
More books by Valerie Allen

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

15th January 2004

ISBN

9780521529938


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