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  • Author:
    Anne McTaggart
  • ISBN:
    0230337384
  • ISBN13:
    978-0230337381
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 2012 edition (September 14, 2012)
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    192 pages
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Shame and Guilt in Chaucer. Authors: McTaggart, Anne

Shame and Guilt in Chaucer. Authors: McTaggart, Anne. McTaggart argues that Chaucer's main works including The Canterbury Tales are united thematically in their positive view of guilt and in their anxiety about the desire for sacrifice and vengeance that shame can provoke. Show all. About the authors. ANNE MCTAGGART is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Coinciding with the current wave of emotion scholarship, Shame and Guilt in Chaucer is a well-timed contribution to Chaucer studies.

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This book rubs our nose in the excremental poetries and culture of the High and Late Middle Ages, reminding us that .

This book rubs our nose in the excremental poetries and culture of the High and Late Middle Ages, reminding us that waste is everywhere the foundation of civilization. In this fine and comprehensive study of that which we mark off as different from us, excrement becomes the necessary stuff for understanding identity, desire, and history. In the end, we realize that a critique of shit is a critique of culture.

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The Fourteenth Century. He probably wrote his travels first in Latin, next in French, and then turned them into English. The book is a kind of guide-book to the Holy Land; but the writer himself went much farther east, and reached China, in fact

The Fourteenth Century. All this was reflected in the literature of the time. The book is a kind of guide-book to the Holy Land; but the writer himself went much farther east, and reached China, in fact. Mandeville's Travels was much admired, read, and copied; indeed, hundreds of manuscript copies of his book were made. There are nineteen still in the British Museum.

Explores the representation of emotions as psychological concepts and cultural constructs in Geoffrey Chaucer's narrative poetry. McTaggart argues that Chaucer's main works including The Canterbury Tales are united thematically in their positive view of guilt and in their anxiety about the desire for sacrifice and vengeance that shame can provoke.