Geoffrey Chaucer is generally considered the greatest English writer of the Middle Ages.
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Basic Chaucer Glossary
A glossary of common words used by Chaucer.
A literary study of Chaucer's works from the Cambridge History of English and American Literature.
Chaucer Bibliography Online
Covers printed Chaucer studies from 1975 until the present. Includes a search engine.
A guide to Chaucer resources on the web. Includes links to Chaucer websites, Chaucer bibliographies, texts of Chaucer's works, pedagogical sites, and background materials. All links are annotated.
Annotated bibliography of printed Chaucer studies, 1900-1984, Includes more than 900 records categorized into 90 topics. By Mark Allen and John H. Fisher.
Provides comprehensive resources for the study of Chaucer. Includes a biography, a bibliography, an online course in Chaucer's English, an introduction to each Canterbury Tale, an interlinear translation of each Canterbury Tale, a list-type glossary, a searchable glossary, background information on topics like courtly love and pilgrimage, and many other resources.
Geoffrey Chaucer, ca. 1343 - 1400
Provides extensive information on Chaucer, including links to his works, a biography, critical essays, portraits, quotations, links to online resources, and other information. From the Luminarium site.
Geoffrey Chaucer: an Overall Survey
Includes an illustrated biography, summaries of Chaucer's poems, and introductions to some of the Canterbury Tales.
New Chaucer Society
A site for teachers and scholars of Chaucer and his age.
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