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An Annotated Chaucer Bibliography 1996 Compiled and edited by Mark Allen and Bege K. Bowers Regular contributors: Bruce W. Hozeski, Ball State University (Indiana) George Nicholas, Benedictine College (Kansas) Martha S. Waller, Butler University (Indiana) Marilyn Sutton, California State University at Dominguez Hills Larry L. Bronson, Central Michigan University Glending Olson, Cleveland State University (Ohio) Jesus Luis Serrano Reyes (Cordoba) Winthrop Wetherbee, Cornell University (New York) Elizabeth Dobbs, Grinnell College (Iowa) Masatoshi Kawasaki, Komazawa University (Tokyo, Japan) William Schipper, Memorial University (Newfoundland, Canada) Daniel J. Pinti, New Mexico State University Erik Kooper, Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht Amy Goodwin, Randolph-Macon College (Virginia) Cindy L. Vitto, Rowan College ofNewJersey Richard H. Osberg, Santa Clara University (California) Margaret Connolly, University College, Cork (Ireland) Juliette Dor, Universite de Liege (Belgium) Mary Flowers Braswell and Elaine Whitaker, University ofAlabama at Birmingham Denise Stodola, University ofMissouri-Columbia Cynthia Gravlee, University ofMontevallo (Alabama) Gregory M. Sadlek, University ofNebraska at Omaha Cynthia Ho, University ofNorth Carolina, Asheville Richard J. Utz, Universitcit Tiibingen (Ti.ibingen, Germany) Thomas Hahn, University ofRochester (New York) Rebecca Beal, University ofScranton (Pennsylvania) 355 STUDIES IN THE AGE OF CHAUCER Valerie Allen, University ofSouth Florida Stanley R. Hauer, University ofSouthern Mississippi Mark Allen, Gail Jones, and Connie Sabo-Risley, University of Texas at San Antonio Andrew Lynch, University of Western Australia Brian A. Shaw, University of Western Ontario Joyce T. Lionarons, Ursinus College (Pennsylvania) John M. Crafton, West Georgia College Robert Correale, Wright State University (Ohio) Bege K. Bowers, Youngstown State University (Ohio) Ad hoc contributions were made by the following: Steve Ellis (University of Birmingham); Thomas Garbaty (University of Michigan); Cynthia Klekar and Eileen Krueger (University ofTexas at San Antonio); Shannon Lewis (Memorial University); Cecelia Mecca (University of Scranton); Pamela K. Mott (University of Alabama at Birmingham); and Dana Symons (University ofRochester). The bibliographers acknowledge with gratitude the MLA typesimu­ lation provided by Terence Ford, Director, Center for Bibliographical Services of the Modern Language Association; postage from the University of Texas at San Antonio Division of English, Classics, and Philosophy; and assistance from the library staff, especially Susan McCray, at the University of Texas at San Antonio. This bibliography continues the bibliographies published since 1975 in previous volumes ofStudies in the Age ofChaucer. Bibliographic infor­ mation up to 1975 can be found in Eleanor P. Hammond, Chaucer: A Bibliographic Manual (1908; reprint, New York: Peter Smith, 1933); D. D. Griffith, Bibliography of Chaucer, 1908-53 (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1955); William R. Crawford, Bibliography of Chaucer, 1954-63 (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1967); and Lorrayne Y. Baird, Bibliography ofChaucer, 1964-73 (Boston: G. K. Hall, 1977). See also Lorrayne Y. Baird-Lange and Hildegard Schnuttgen, Bibliography ofChaucer, 1974-1985 (Hamden, Conn.: Shoe String Press, 1988). Additions and corrections to this bibliography should be sent to Mark Allen, Bibliographic Division, New Chaucer Society, Division of English, Classics, Philosophy, and Communication, University of Texas at San Antonio 78249-0643 (FAX: 210-458-5366; E-MAIL: 356 BIBLIOGRAPHY MALLEN@LONESTAR.JPL.UTSA.EDU). An electronic version of this bibliography (1975-97) is available via the New Chaucer Society Web page (via or via TELNET connection (UTSAIBM.UTSA.EDU; type "library" at the applications prompt, "cho chau" at the request for a database, and "stop" to exit the database). Authors are urged to send annotations for articles, reviews, and books that have been or might be overlooked. 357 Classifications Bibliographies, Reports, and Reference 1-2 Chaucer's Life 3-4 Facsimiles, Editions, and Translations 5-11 Manuscripts and Textual Studies 12-29 Sources, Analogues, and Literary Relations 30-36 Chaucer's Influence and Later Allusion 37-51 Style and Versification 52 Language and Word Studies 53-57 Background and General Criticism 58-111 The Canterbury Tales-General 112-31 CT-The General Prologue 132-42 CT-The Knight and His Tale 143-47 CT-The Miller and His Tale 148-50 CT-The Reeve and His Tale 151-54 CT-The Cook and His Tale 155-58 CT-The Man of Law and His Tale 159-63 CT-The Wife of Bath and Her Tale 164-82 CT-The Friar and His Tale 183-84 CT-The Summoner and His Tale 185...


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