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Contemporary Chaucer across the centuries$
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Helen M. Hickey, Anne McKendry, and Melissa Raine

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781526129154

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: May 2019

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9781526129154.001.0001

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‘Hail graybeard bard’: Chaucer in the nineteenth-century popular consciousness

‘Hail graybeard bard’: Chaucer in the nineteenth-century popular consciousness

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(p.153) 10 ‘Hail graybeard bard’: Chaucer in the nineteenth-century popular consciousness
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Contemporary Chaucer across the centuries
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Stephen Knight

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Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7228/manchester/9781526129154.003.0011

Stephen Knight offers an array of new material from nineteenth-century media (newspapers and magazines) made accessible by the digitisation of archival records. Knight showcases extraordinary examples of extra-canonical Chaucer reception that highlight the emerging literary proclivities of the reading public, and the interest of nineteenth-century editors in re-presenting Chaucer’s works to larger audiences and targeting specific groups: women, children, the well-read. These newly available sources open up avenues for further enquiry into the roots of modern medievalism.

Keywords:   Chaucer, Geoffrey, Chaucer Reception, Nineteenth-century, Chaucer for Children, Chaucer for Women, Popular Chaucer, Knight, Stephen

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