Approaches to Teaching Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde and the Shorter Poems
Tison Pugh, Angela Jane Weisl
Modern Language Association, 2007 - Literary Collections - 217 pages
This Approaches to Teaching volume aims to provide students with a vision of Chaucer that highlights the great variety, breadth, and depth of his entire body of work. The materials collected here offer instructors ideas and strategies for making Chaucer's lesser-taught works as memorable and engrossing for students as any of the narrative gems in Canterbury Tales.
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A Survey of Pedagogical Approaches to Troilus
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