On this same note, he wrote, "this is a brawny, rough-and-tumble, rollicking place, animated by the earthy good humor of its Chaucerian
The answer may rest in the nature of the poem itself, which is a farcical dream-vision in which a Chaucerian
persona named Geffrey witnesses the inept and arbitrary inner workings of fame.
Even more structurally important to Chaucerian
dream visions are lists of prior authors.
Sam Schuman would no doubt go Chaucerian
in praising Richard Badenhausen, perhaps combining passages from the Clerk, the Knight, and the Parson, but we will simply say thank you, Richard, and keep it up
Fifteen of the manuscripts 310 lyrics bear the initials "Ch" at their head, and, as Strakhov is skeptical about the purported Chaucerian
connections, she wisely redirects the discussion away from celebrity authorship towards the more vexed question of what sorts of interpretive paradigms the manuscript itself foregrounds.
So important was Richard Tarleton's death that his vacant role prompted a revival of dramatic monologue written in the Chaucerian
There's everything from Chaucerian
mucky puns and wicked wordplay to calculated disassemblies of bigotry and conceitedness.
In the same way as one might laugh about something being Chaucerian
, one might think [of a certain style as] Shidyaqian.
Lenz has read widely in the immense field of Chaucerian
Part VI opens with Elizabeth Scala's thoughtful treatment of quotation and self-quotation in the Nun's Priest's Tale, practices that she claims effectively inaugurate the Chaucerian
tradition by at once emptying out authority and engaging in self-authorization.
Looking closely at the paratextual and intertextual traces of Chaucerian
literary form in Spenser's The Shepheardes Calendar, Kuskin shows how Spenser and his contemporaries acknowledge the influence but alienate it into history "so as to write themselves modern while simultaneously reading deeply into the past's rhetoric" (54).
He argues convincingly that the settlers in this area developed a distinct cultural identity, exemplified not least in the Yola dialect, an English dialect that was based largely on Chaucerian
English and was spoken in the region until the nineteenth century.