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The Canterbury Tales: The First Fragment (Penguin Classics)
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The First Fragment of The Canterbury Tales contains some of Chaucer's most popular and widely enjoyed work. Chaucer introduces his pilgrims in The General Prologue, a set of speaking portraits drawn with a loving clarity that makes no attempt to conceal imperfections. The pilgrims represent human society, and the tales of the Knight, Miller, Reeve and Cook reveal a variety of human preoccupations, particularly romantic and sexual love. Each tale is alive with Chaucer's skills as a poet, as a storyteller and The First Fragment of The Canterbury Tales contains some of Chaucer's most popular and widely enjoyed work. Chaucer introduces his pilgrims in The General Prologue, a set of speaking portraits drawn with a loving clarity that makes no attempt to conceal imperfections. The pilgrims represent human society, and the tales of the Knight, Miller, Reeve and Cook reveal a variety of human preoccupations, particularly romantic and sexual love. Each tale is alive with Chaucer's skills as a poet, as a storyteller and as a creator of comedy. This edition is designed so that the First Fragment can be read as a unit. A very full glossary faces Chaucer's text, and a detailed set of explanatory notes follows it, so that students and readers approaching The Canterbury Tales for the first time can enjoy and appreciate the language of Europe's first great English poet., [PU: Penguin Books]

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The First Fragment of The Canterbury Tales contains some of Chaucer´s most popular and widely enjoyed work. Chaucer introduces his pilgrims in The General Prologue, a set of speaking portraits drawn with a loving clarity that makes no attempt to conceal imperfections. The pilgrims represent human society, and the tales of the Knight, Miller, Reeve and Cook reveal a variety of human preoccupations, particularly romantic and sexual love. Each tale is alive with Chaucer´s skills as a poet, as a storyteller and as a creator of comedy. This edition is designed so that the First Fragment can be read as a unit. A very full glossary faces Chaucer´s text, and a detailed set of explanatory notes follows it, so that students and readers approaching The Canterbury Tales for the first time can enjoy and appreciate the language of Europe´s first great English poet. Few students read the whole of ´´The Canterbury Tales, but ´´Fragment I´´, which contains the general prologue, ´´The Knight´s Tale´´, ´´The Miller´s Tale´´, ´´The Reeve´s Tale´´ and ´´The Cook´s Tale´´, raises many of the topics that arise from studying the tales as a whole. Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Penguin Books Ltd

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Few students read the whole of "The Canterbury Tales, but "Fragment I", which contains the general prologue, "The Knight's Tale", "The Miller's Tale", "The Reeve's Tale" and "The Cook's Tale", raises many of the topics that arise from studying the tales as a whole. The First Fragment of The Canterbury Tales contains some of Chaucer's most popular and widely enjoyed work. Chaucer introduces his pilgrims in The General Prologue, a set of speaking portraits drawn with a loving clarity that makes no attempt to conceal imperfections. The pilgrims represent human society, and the tales of the Knight, Miller, Reeve and Cook reveal a variety of human preoccupations, particularly romantic and sexual love. Each tale is alive with Chaucer's skills as a poet, as a storyteller and as a creator of comedy. This edition is designed so that the First Fragment can be read as a unit. A very full glossary faces Chaucer's text, and a detailed set of explanatory notes follows it, so that students and readers approaching The Canterbury Tales for the first time can enjoy and appreciate the language of Europe's first great English poet. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-14-043409-5, Penguin Books Ltd

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: PENGUIN GROUP], The First Fragment of The Canterbury Tales contains some of Chaucer's most popular and widely enjoyed work. Chaucer introduces his pilgrims in The General Prologue, a set of speaking portraits drawn with a loving clarity that makes no attempt to conceal imperfections. The pilgrims represent human society, and the tales of the Knight, Miller, Reeve and Cook reveal a variety of human preoccupations, particularly romantic and sexual love. Each tale is alive with Chaucer's skills as a poet, as a storyteller and as a creator of comedy. This edition is designed so that the First Fragment can be read as a unit. A very full glossary faces Chaucer's text, and a detailed set of explanatory notes follows it, so that students and readers approaching The Canterbury Tales for the first time can enjoy and appreciate the language of Europe's first great English poet.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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The most complete of all remaining surviving fragments sections of The Canterbury Tales, the First Fragment contains some of Chaucer''s most widely enjoyed work. In The General Prologue, Chaucer introduces his pilgrims through a set of speaking portraits, drawn with a clarity that makes no attempt to conceal their peculiarities. The four tales that follow - those of the Knight, Miller, Reeve and Cook - reveal a wide variety of human preoccupations: whether chivalrous, romantic or simply sexual. Brilliantly bawdy and subtly complex, each of these tales is alive with Chaucer''s skills as a poet, storyteller and creator of comedy. Geoffrey Chaucer, Books, Fiction and Literature, Poetry, The Canterbury Tales: The First Fragment Books>Fiction and Literature>Poetry, Penguin Publishing Group

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The Canterbury Tales: The First Fragment
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Ghaucer, Geoffrey; Chaucer, Geoffrey

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The Canterbury Tales: The First Fragment

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0140434097

The First Fragment of The Canterbury Tales contains some of Chaucer's most popular and widely enjoyed work. Chaucer introduces his pilgrims in The General Prologue, a set of speaking portraits drawn with a loving clarity that makes no attempt to conceal imperfections. The pilgrims represent human society, and the tales of the Knight, Miller, Reeve and Cook reveal a variety of human preoccupations, particularly romantic and sexual love. Each tale is alive with Chaucer's skills as a poet, as a storyteller and as a creator of comedy. This edition is designed so that the First Fragment can be read as a unit. A very full glossary faces Chaucer's text, and a detailed set of explanatory notes follows it, so that students and readers approaching The Canterbury Tales for the first time can enjoy and appreciate the language of Europe's first great English poet.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780140434095
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0140434097
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Date de parution: 1996
Editeur: PENGUIN CLASSICS
304 Pages
Poids: 0,313 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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