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Chaucer's Fame in England
STC Chauceriana, 1475-1640
This new bibliography of over 1,300 Chaucer references builds on a rich tradition of vigorous scholarship, starting with Caroline Spurgeon's 1925 landmark compilation, Five Hundred Years of Chaucer Criticism and... more info

Author(s): Jackson Campbell Boswell, Sylvia Wallace Holton

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Medieval English Literature Collection
The Medieval English Literature Collection contains seven paperback Approaches to Teaching volumes (click on each title to get book information). MLA members receive a 20% discount on Approaches collections.

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Approaches to Teaching the Arthurian Tradition
In Approaches to Teaching the Arthurian Tradition, instructors who have taught Arthurian material in contexts from high school to graduate school draw on their experience to address a range of... more info

Editor(s): Maureen Fries, Jeanie Watson

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Approaches to Teaching Beowulf
During recent decades, the study of Beowulf has flourished in liberal arts colleges, community colleges, and high schools. Useful for new instructors as well as medieval scholars, this collection of... more info

Editor(s): Jess B. Bessinger, Jr., Robert F. Yeager

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Approaches to Teaching Boccaccio's Decameron
Boccaccio's highly teachable work is easily excerpted, and the essays in this collection describe stimulating ways to introduce these tales to undergraduates. ... more info

Editor(s): James H. McGregor

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Approaches to Teaching Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (Second Edition)
“A worthy and needed successor to the 1980 edition, this volume charts in comprehensive fashion the goals that Chaucerians now have when they teach The Canterbury Tales and the methods... more info

Editor(s): Peter W. Travis, Frank Grady

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Approaches to Teaching Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
The inaugural volume in the MLA's popular Approaches to Teaching World Literature series comprises bibliographic and instructional essays devoted to the first great English poet. ... more info

Editor(s): Joseph Gibaldi

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Approaches to Teaching Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde and the Shorter Poems
"Since the works in question are seldom taught to undergraduates, this wonderful collection of essays will be invaluable to prospective teachers who are eager to share the wealth of the... more info

Editor(s): Tison Pugh, Angela Jane Weisl

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Approaches to Teaching Dante's Divine Comedy
The contributors to this collection believe that Dante can be enjoyed by college students at every level whether or not they are literature or language majors. ... more info

Editor(s): Carole Slade

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Approaches to Teaching the Poetry of John Gower
"The essays are clearly written and, because of their range, contain something of interest to any instructor, whether one at a community college or at a major research institution, whether... more info

Editor(s): R. F. Yeager, Brian W. Gastle

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Approaches to Teaching Medieval English Drama
Anyone who has recently attended a professional meeting devoted to medieval drama or witnessed a revival of a medieval play knows that the genre is alive and flourishing. ... more info

Editor(s): Richard K. Emmerson

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Approaches to Teaching Petrarch’s Canzoniere and the Petrarchan Tradition
“A solid and much-needed volume. There is a nice balance between established scholars and younger ones, as well as between essays that range over Petrarch’s entire career and those that... more info

Editor(s): Christopher Kleinhenz, Andrea Dini

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Approaches to Teaching Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
One of the most widely taught medieval English poems, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight still provides many challenges for teachers. ... more info

Editor(s): Miriam Youngerman Miller, Jane Chance

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Approaches to Teaching the Song of Roland
"The depth and breadth of this volume are impressive, as much for the different subjects broached as for the range of specialists who participated in its creation. I particularly appreciate... more info

Editor(s): William W. Kibler, Leslie Zarker Morgan
Each book contains a CD featuring performances of the Song of Roland.

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Approaches to Teaching Teresa of Ávila and the Spanish Mystics
"I found the essays as well as the discussion of the evaluation process very stimulating from a pedagogical perspective. I also appreciated the volume's interdisciplinary orientation through its inclusion of... more info

Editor(s): Alison Weber

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An Introduction to the Gothic Language
This handbook was written specifically for beginning students. It presents twenty-seven graded readings, each accompanied by a vocabulary and an explanation of grammatical details; the final chapter provides a sample... more info

Author(s): William H. Bennett

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An Introduction to Old Irish
This handbook was produced with the aim of providing students with an introduction to Old Irish literature as well as to the language. One of the notable Old Irish stories... more info

Author(s): R. P. M. Lehmann, W. P. Lehmann

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An Introduction to Old Occitan
An Introduction to Old Occitan is the only textbook in print for learning the language used by the troubadours in southern France during the Middle Ages. ... more info

Author(s): William D. Paden

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Literary Research Guide
An Annotated Listing of Reference Sources in English Literary Studies (Sixth Edition)
“Animatedly, energetically, enthusiastically, and vigorously recommended . . . it should serve as a model for bringing a printed reference online.”... more info

Author(s): James L. Harner

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