Chaucer and Religion

Chaucer and Religion

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Chaucer's writings (the 'Canterbury Tales', lyrics and dream poems and Troilus) are here freshly examined in relation to the religions, the religious traditions and the religious controversies of his era.... himself (I 308); both demonstrate contented poverty; both are learned, with their learning the basis for service to others and indifference to materialism. Medieval culture formulated several major concepts round which cluster moral ideas about this world, which do not fall wholly within Christian presuppositions. ... Corsa, Wallace and Blamires, in different ways, argue that medieval structures and ideals.

Title:Chaucer and Religion
Author: Helen Phillips
Publisher:Boydell & Brewer - 2010

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