Geoffrey Chaucer

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Standard Name: Chaucer, Geoffrey

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death John Dryden
After an immediate burial at St Anne's Church, Soho, Dryden was given a Westminster Abbey funeral and buried in the grave of Chaucer .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Poets lamenting his death included the all-female contributors to The...
Education U. A. Fanthorpe
Here, she said later, she came to life under the influence of her tutor, Dorothy Bednarowska , who taught me to read on the nuance and complexity of Chaucer 's Troilus and Criseyde. This...
Education Dora Greenwell
Thereafter, she taught herself, studying philosophy, Latin, German, Italian, French, political economy, and theology.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Dorling, William. Memoirs of Dora Greenwell. James Clarke, 1885.
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She was very well read and took a particular interest in the writings of Caroline Norton , Felicia Hemans
Education Annie Tinsley
She was also taught, perhaps between schools, by her father. By the age of eleven she had devoured the poetry of the British Classics from Chaucer to Beattie ,
Peet, Henry. Mrs. Charles Tinsley, Novelist and Poet. Butler and Tanner, 1930.
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as well as Burns ,...
Education Catherine Cookson
As a young adult CC took on her own education. With varying degrees of success she studied grammar, elocution, French, and the violin. She also discovered the public library. Colleagues at work got her to...
Education Charlotte Guest
Lady Charlotte received a standard home education. She soon found that she loved serious learning and set out to pursue it. Studying on her own, she discovered and devoured Chaucer (from whom as an old...
Education Julian of Norwich
Julian of Norwich may have been a learned woman; but if so it is not clear who taught her. She seems to have had a reading knowledge of Latin, and to have known the work...
Education Marjorie Bowen
To educate herself further, she read widely, setting herself literary exercises, writing verse imitating or dramatising Chaucer , Spenser , and Browning . However, she writes that at that time, I had read no really...
Family and Intimate relationships Mina Loy
ML met fellow art student Stephen Haweis at the Académie Colarossi . He was an example of pure British privilege who deliberately defied convention.
Burke, Carolyn. Becoming Modern: The Life of Mina Loy. Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1996.
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His father, the Rev. H. R. Haweis, was a fashionable...
Intertextuality and Influence Dorothea Primrose Campbell
DPC was one of those claiming serious status for the novel by literary allusion. She uses Horace on her title-page, Pope to head the whole novel, and for chapter-headings Chaucer , Shakespeare , Goldsmith ...
Intertextuality and Influence Mary Stewart
The novel is set in southern France: the action begins in Avignon and concludes in Marseilles. Epigraphs to chapters range through the traditional English literary canon—Chaucer , Spenser , Shakespeare , Robert Browning
Intertextuality and Influence Edna St Vincent Millay
She writes often here about the landscape and plants at Steepletop, using them as a metaphor for life and joy and the past. The final piece included in her Selected Poems, 2003, a...
Intertextuality and Influence Agnes Strickland
Her historical romance The Pilgrims of Walsingham, 1835, is written on the Canterbury Tales model (as practised originally by Chaucer and more recently by Harriet Lee and her sister ). AS 's pilgrims who...
Intertextuality and Influence U. A. Fanthorpe
UAF was anthologized by Adrian Barlow in Calling Kindred: Poems from the English Speaking World, 1993. At Poetry International 2000, she chose Robert Browning as her Presiding Spirit.
Connolly, Sally. “Woolly whispers of the past”. Times Literary Supplement, p. 25.
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Other influences she claimed are...
Intertextuality and Influence Elizabeth Strutt
ES balances her story of love and adventure with the depiction of everyday life in a Scottish castle, including food, clothing, pastimes, heraldry, and chivalric tournaments,
Stevens, Anne. “Tales of Other Times: A Survey of British Historical Fiction, 1770-1812”. Cardiff Corvey: Reading the Romantic Text.
in the reign of Edward III . Her preface...

Timeline

1255
A child later known as Hugh of Lincoln was found dead in that city, and his murder (and torture with other aggravating circumstances) was unjustly blamed on the Jewish community, against whom savage reprisals...
1372-1386
Geoffrey Chaucer circulated in manuscript his unfinished Legende of Good Women.
About 1385
Geoffrey Chaucer published (in manuscript) his narrative poemTroilus and Criseide.
1388-1400
Geoffrey Chaucer wrote The Canterbury Tales, and gave them some currency in manuscript.
1477
William Caxton printed an edition of Geoffrey Chaucer 's composite narrative poemThe Canterbury Tales.
1593
The Testament of Cresseid by Robert Henryson (one of the Scottish Chaucerians) was printed nearly a century after his death; it redraws the character of Chaucer 's fallen heroine.
1593
The Testament of Cresseid by Robert Henryson (one of the Scottish Chaucerians) was printed nearly a century after his death; it redraws the character of Chaucer 's fallen heroine.
19 June 1725
Dorothy Stanley , née Milborne, published by subscription Sir Philip Sidney 's Arcadia Moderniz'd, in four books (coinciding with the thirteenth edition of the original romance).
English Short Title Catalogue.
1863
Under the name of Mrs T. K. Hervey, Eleanora Louisa Hervey published The Feasts of Camelot, with the Tales that were Told There.
1868
Frederick Startridge Ellis began his publishing career by issuing (in a single volume) parts one and two of William Morris 's poem or series of poems The Earthly Paradise.
14 May 1885
Americans Elizabeth Robins Pennell and Joseph Pennell dated their preface to A Canterbury Pilgrimage (written by her, illustrated by him) about a three-day journey by tandem tricycle from London to Canterbury loosely following the footsteps...
26 June 1896
William Morris 's Kelmscott Press published the works of Chaucer , one of its most splendid and famous productions.
1 November 1907
The British Museum 's reading room reopened after being cleaned and redecorated; the dome was embellished with the names of canonical male writers, beginning with Chaucer and ending with Browning .
After 18 March 1954
English-educated, American historical or biographicalnovelist Anya Seton issued her best-known work, Katherine, about the commoner from whom descends every English monarch since Henry VII .
1965
Margaret Stanley Wrench translated and supplied an introdction for Chaucer 's Troilus and Criseyde.