This book reminds us of the reasons to read, and re-read, Chaucer. The essays cast new light on the poetry and, in their careful scholarship and sensitivity to the past, show us paradoxically how Chaucer is being re-conceived in the 21st century.
Contributors: Clíodhna Carney (NUIG), Kristin Lynn Cole (Pennsylvania State U), Frances McCormack (NUIG), Megan Murton (U Cambridge), Brendan O'Connell (TCD), Niamh Pattwell (UCD), Richard Pearson (NUIG), Helen Phillips (Cardiff U), John Scattergood (TCD), Charlotte Steenbrugge (Bangor U), Malte Urban (QUB). Clíodhna Carney is Lecturer in Old and Middle English at NUIG. Frances McCormack is Lecturer in Old and Middle English at NUIG.