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By Eve Salisbury

This publication addresses portrayals of youngsters in a big selection of Chaucerian works. located inside of a bigger discourse on early life, a long time of Man theories, and debates concerning the prestige of the kid within the past due fourteenth century, Chaucer’s literary children—from youngster to adolescent—offer a means in which to listen to the voices of juvenile now not prominently handled in social background. The readings during this research urge our recognition to literary children, encouraging us to imagine extra completely in regards to the Chaucerian collection from their views. Eve Salisbury argues that the kid is neither lacking within the past due center a while nor in Chaucer’s paintings, yet is,rather, basic to the associations of the time and crucial to the poet’s concerns.

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This booklet addresses portrayals of youngsters in a big selection of Chaucerian works. located inside a bigger discourse on adolescence, a long time of Man theories, and debates concerning the prestige of the kid within the overdue fourteenth century, Chaucer’s literary children—from youngster to adolescent—offer a means wherein to listen to the voices of teenybopper no longer prominently taken care of in social background.

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