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by Joseph A. Dane

  • ISBN: 0870134329
  • Author: Joseph A. Dane
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 309
  • Publisher: Michigan State University Press (May 31, 1998)
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  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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Studies in the Reception of Chaucer’s Book, 161). 43. John Aikin, Letters to a Young Lady, on a Course of English Poetry (Boston: Munroe and Francis, 1806), 25Google Scholar. John Carlos Rowe, At Emerson’s Tomb: The Politics of Classic American Literature (New York: Columbia University Press, 1997), 1–41, esp. 19–21. Dane, Who Is Buried in Chaucer’s Tomb?

Personal Name: Dane, Joseph A. Publication, Distribution, et. East Lansing. Michigan State University Press, (c)1998. Personal Name: Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400 Criticism, Textual. Genre/Form: Electronic books. Corporate Name: Project Muse.

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Who is buried in Chaucer's tomb? : studies in the reception of Chaucer's book, Joseph A. Dane. by: Dane, Joseph A. Published: (1998).

Who is buried in Chaucer's tomb? : studies in the reception of Chaucer's book, Joseph A. Chaucer and the medieval book, by Beverly Boyd. by: Boyd, Beverly, 1925- Published: (1973). Chaucer and Augustan scholarship, by William L. Alderson and Arnold C. Henderson. by: Alderson, William . 1913-1963.

Joseph A. Dane examines the history of the books we now know as "Chaucer’s"―a history that includes printers and publishers, editors, antiquarians, librarians, and book collectors. The Chaucer at issue here is not a medieval poet, securely bound within his fourteenth-century context, but rather the product of the often chaotic history of the physical books that have been produced and marketed in his name.      This history involves a series of myths about Chaucer―a reformist Chaucer, a realist Chaucer, a political and critical Chaucer who seems oddly like us. It also involves more self-reflective critical myths―the conveniently coherent editorial tradition that leads progressively to modern editions of Chaucer. Dane argues that the material background of these myths remains irreducibly and often amusingly recalcitrant. The great Chaucer monuments―his editions, his book, and even his tomb―defy our efforts to stabilize them with our critical descriptions and transcriptions.      Part I concentrates on the production and reception of the Chaucerian book from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries, a period dominated by the folio "Complete Works" and a period that culminates in what Chaucerians have consistently (if uncritically) defined as the worst Chaucer edition of 1721. Part II considers the increasing ambivalence of modern editors and critics in relation to the book of Chaucer, and the various attempts of modern scholars to provide alternative sources of authority.   

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