Identifying, and identifying <i>with</i>, Chaucer
in Contemporary Chaucer across the centuries
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Paul Strohm, both a biographer of Chaucer and a Chaucerian literary critic, meditates on what Chaucer might come to mean for those engaged with his life and poetic works. In a personal reflection on writing about this medieval clerk and poet, Strohm explores the identification or transference that can occur during an intense study of an author, generating new insights into how our emotional investments are implicated in our ‘relationship’ with an author.

Contemporary Chaucer across the centuries

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