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Bibliographical Citations and Annotations Bibliographies, Reports, and Reference 1. Allen, Mark, and Bege K. Bowers. ‘‘An Annotated Chaucer Bibliography , 2001.’’ SAC 25 (2003): 459–546. Continuation of SAC annual annotated bibliography (since 1975); based on contributions from an international bibliographic team, independent research, and MLA Bibliography listings. 295 items, plus listing of reviews for 85 books. Includes an author index. 2. Allen, Valerie, and Margaret Connolly. ‘‘Middle English: Chaucer .’’ YWES 82 (2003): 190–224. A discursive bibliography of Chaucer studies for 2001, divided into four subcategories: general, CT, TC, and other works. 3. Blake, Norman F., David Burnley, Masatsugu Matsuo, and Yoshiyuki Nakao, eds. A New Concordance to ‘‘The Canterbury Tales’’ Based on Blake’s Text Edited from the Hengwrt Manuscript. Okayama: University Education Press, 1994. viii, 1,008 pp. A comprehensive concordance to CT based on Blake’s text from the Hengwrt manuscript. Includes an alphabetical and frequency word list; describes spellings, words, syntax, and metrics. 4. ———, eds. A New Rime Concordance to ‘‘The Canterbury Tales’’ Based on Blake’s Text Edited from the Hengwrt Manuscript. Okayama: University Education Press, 1995. v, 520 pp. A comprehensive rhyming dictionary showing a full line for each rhyme word (showing seven lines for rhyme royal), based on Blake’s text from the Hengwrt manuscript. 5. Gray, Douglas, ed. The Oxford Companion to Chaucer. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003. 526 pp.; 15 b&w illus.; 4 maps. A singlevolume encyclopedia with more than 2,000 entries, composed by a team of thirteen contributors and the editor. Alphabetized entries include each of Chaucer’s works, important sources and analogues, character and place names, select contemporaries and critics of Chaucer, and a variety of general literary and cultural topics (e.g., ‘‘allusion,’’ ‘‘London,’’ ‘‘versification’’). Longer entries include brief bibliographies keyed to a reference bibliography, and the entries are cross-listed. See also no. 92. PAGE 395 395 ................. 11491$ CH19 11-01-10 14:02:36 PS STUDIES IN THE AGE OF CHAUCER Recordings and Films 6. Blandeau, Agnès. ‘‘De l’écrit au filmique: Métamorphoses. Des Canterbury Tales à I racconti di Canterbury.’’ In Adrian Papahagi, ed. Métamorphoses (SAC 27 [2005], no. 130), pp. 229–43. There is more to Pier Paolo Pasolini’s film version of CT than mere adaptation, for the shift from one semiotic system to another implies some puzzling metamorphoses . Yet, paradoxically, the spirit of the original is cleverly restored on the screen. 7. ———. ‘‘Narrative Play and the Display of Artistry in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and Pasolini’s I racconti di Canterbury.’’ In Wendy Harding , ed. Drama, Narrative and Poetry in The Canterbury Tales (SAC 27 [2005], no. 114), pp. 35–50. Although Pasolini’s visualization of CT chooses to emphasize ‘‘solaas’’ rather than ‘‘sentence,’’ both the filmmaker and the poet offer metafictional reflections on their art and the ‘‘discourse of the narrative.’’ 8. Burton, Tom, dir. The Manciple’s Tale. Occasional Readings, no. 32. [Provo, Ut.]: Chaucer Studio, 2003. 1 CD-ROM. 25 min. Read by Philip Thiel; edited by Troy Sales and Paul Thomas. Recorded by Ewart Shaw at Radio Adelaide. Includes ManPT. 9. ———, dir. The Second Nun’s Tale. Occasional Readings, no. 33. [Provo, Ut.]: Chaucer Studio, 2003. 1 CD-ROM. 38 min. Read by Katherine Davis; edited by Troy Sales and Paul Thomas. Recorded by Ewart Shaw at Radio Adelaide. Includes SNPT. 10. Forni, Kathleen. ‘‘Reinventing Chaucer: Helgeland’s A Knight’s Tale.’’ ChauR 37 (2003): 253–64. Despite inaccuracies and major differences from Chaucer’s KnT, Helgeland’s film A Knight’s Tale does maintain a ‘‘Chaucer effect’’ that has secured the poet’s ‘‘iconic status’’ since the Renaissance. Yet anachronisms abound; rock music replaces chant; and the central premise of the plot—that patents of nobility are necessary to compete—is inaccurate. 11. Myerson, Joel, dir. The Canterbury Tales III. [Cardiff]: S4C and Christmas Films, 2000. 1 VHS videorecording; VHS M6616. 30 min. Distributed by Schlessinger Media (Wynnewood, Pa.). Animated versions of SqT (with a completed plot), CYPT, and MilT and RvT (with plots interpolated), presented as tales told on each of three days as the pilgrims return from Canterbury to London. Includes a teacher’s guide (pamphlet). 12. Reed, Teresa P. ‘‘Overcoming...

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