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An Annotated Chaucer Bibliography 1982 Lorrayne Y. Baird-Lange and Cynthia Dobrich Myers Compilers With the assistance of: Virginia E. Leland, Bowling Green State University (Ohio); Martha S. Waller, Butler University (Indianapolis); Sumner Ferris, California State College ofPennsylvania; Saralyn R. Daly, California State University (Los Angeles); Robert P. apRoberts, California State University (Northridge); Glending Olson, Cleveland State University (Ohio); Thomas W. Ross, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Claire Clements Morton, Huntingdon College (Montgomery, Ala.); Paul Strohm, Indiana University (Bloomington); Shinsuke Ando, Keio University (Japan); Raymond McGowan, Loyola University; Nancy Rushmore Hooper, University ofNevada; Robert R. Raymo, New York University; David W. Hiscoe, University of North Carolina (Greensboro); Daniel].Ransom and Lynn Hunt Levy, University ofOklahoma; Larry Langford, Rice University; Russell A. Peck, Thomas Hahn, and David Mycoff, University ofRochester; Rebecca S. Beal, Uni­ versity of Scranton; Tadahiro Ikegami, Seijo University (Japan); N. F. Blake, University ofSheffield (England); Tim D. P. Lally, University of South Alabama; Stanley R. Hauer, University of Southern Mississippi; John H. Fisher, Daniel F. Pigg, and Joana Preast Simmers, University of Tennessee;James I. Wimsatt, University a/Texas (Austin); R. M. Piersol, Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Robert L. Kindrick, Western Illinois Uni­ versity; Thomas H. Seiler, Western Michigan University; Donald F. Chapin and Constance B. Hieatt, University of Western Ontario; and Lorrayne Y. Baird-Lange, Cheryl Fimognari, Victoria Hoyt, LillianJones, Rachael Jones, Janet Knapp, Amy Kohler, Charles Little, Diane Miller, Anna Pitinii, and Hildegard Schnuttgen, Youngstown State University. 233 STUDIES IN THE AGE OF CHAUCER In addition to the regular bibliographic staff, the following made ad hoc contributions: Mark Allen, University of Texas (San Antonio); Susan Dannenbaum, Rutgers; Paxton Hart, University a/Texas (Tyler);John C. Hirsch, Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.); Douglas Kelly, Uni­ versity a/Wisconsin (Madison); Charles A. Owen,Jr., University ofCon­ necticut; Bruce AllenRosenberg, Brown University; Ute Stargardt, Alma College (Michigan); Marcelle Thiebaux, St. john's University (New York); Siegfried Wenzel, University ofPennsylvania; and William F. Pollard, Keeble College, Oxford. The compilers of the bibliography acknowledge with gratitude material assistance from the English Department of Youngstown State University. Special mention must also be made of Hildegard Schnuttgen, Reference Librarian of Youngstown State University, for her faithful persistence in procuring interlibrary loans. This bibliography continues those bibliographies published since 1975 in previous volumes of Studies in the Age of Chaucer. Bibliographical information up to 1975 can be found in Eleanor P. Hammond, Chaucer: A Bibliographical Manual (1908; reprint, New York: Peter Smith, 1933); D. D. Griffith, Bibliography ofChaucer, 1908-1953 (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1955); W.R. Crawford, Bibliography ofChaucer, 1954-63 (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1967); Lorrayne Y. Baird, Bibliography of Chaucer, 1964-73 (Boston: G. K. Hall, 1977); John H. Fisher, ed., selected bibliography to 1974, full, 1975-79, in The Complete Poetry and Prose of Geoffrey Chaucer (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1982); andJohn Leyerle and Anne Quick, eds., Chaucer: A Selected Bibliography (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1981). Special mention must be made of The Chaucer Bibliographies under the general editorship of A.J. Colaianne andR. M. Piersol, the first volume of which appeared this year in: Russell A. Peck, Chaucer's Lyrics and Anelida and Arcite; An Annotated Bibliography 1900 to 1980 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1983). The annotations in this bibliography for Studies in the Age ofChaucer are based upon listings in the MLA International Bibliography of 1982 with additions from independent research. Additions and corrections should be sent to Lorrayne Y. Baird-Lange, Department of English, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio 44555. Authors' own annotations are invited (75 words for articles; 150 words for books), preferably on 5 X 8 cards, and should comply with the form of SAC's published entries. We search major journals for articles and reviews pub­ lished in the given year; authors are urged, however, to send citations that might otherwise be overlooked. 234 Classifications Bibliographies and Reports 1-5 Facsimiles and Editions 6 Manuscripts andTextual Studies 7-14 Sources, Analogues, and literary Relations 15-17 Chaucer's Influence and later Allusion 18-26 language and Word Studies 27-32 Background and General Criticism 33-78 The Canterbury Ta/es-General 79-91 CT-The General Prologue 92-96 CT-The...


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