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Chaucer (Geoffrey Chaucer,1340?-1400)

The Chaucer Encyclopeda (2023)

Newhauser, Richard, editor-in-chief. The Chaucer Encyclopedia. Wiley Blackwell, 2023. 4 volumes; 2,091 pages.
Wiley Online Library
PR1903 .C43 2023 v.1-v.4 Hayden Library 4th Floor Stacks
Index (pp. 1999-2091) [OPEN ACCESS]

Volume 1, A-Ci: pp. 1-418
Volume 2, Ci-I/Y: pp. 419-972
Volume 3, J-P: pp. 973-1560
Volume 4, Q-Z: pp. 1561-2091

Index (pp. 1999-2091) [OPEN ACCESS]

Pages: i-xciv [restricted to ASU affiliates]
Volume I.
Alphabetical List of Entries, vii-xxiv [pdf: pages 10-26]
Thematic List of Entries, xxv-xlii [pages 27-44]
Authors/Texts Used By/Known to Chaucer/Background, xxv-xxvii [pdf: pages 27-29]
Biblical Figures, xxviii [pdf: page 30]
Canterbury Pilgrims, xxix [pdf: page 31]
Chaucer Reception (Literary, Etc.), xxix [pdf: page 31]
Chaucer Scholars, Commentators, and Editors, xxx [pdf: page 32]
Chaucer's Work (Authentic or Considered Possibly Authentic), xxx-xxxi [pdf: pages 32-33]
Global Chaucer Entries, xxxi-xxxii [pdf: pages 33-34]
Historical (Or Pseudo-Historical) Figures, xxxii-xxxiv [pdf: pages 34-36]
Manuscripts of Chaucer's Works, xxxiv [pdf: page 36]
Mythological/Legendary/Fictional Figures, xxxiv-xxxv [pdf: pages 36-37]
Place Names, xxxvi-xxxviii [pdf: pages 38-40]
Topical Entries, xxxviii-xlii [pdf: pages 40-44]
General Editor and Associate Editors, xliii-xliv [pdf: pages 45-46]
Contributors, xlv-lvi [pdf: pages 47-58]
Introduction, lvii-lx [pdf: pages 59-61]
Abbreviations. lxi-xciv [pdf: pages 62-94]

Volume II

Volume III

Volume IV

Index (pp. 1999-2091) [OPEN ACCESS]

Chaucer Celebration (Department of English)

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