The Pardoner, the Prioress, Sir Thopas, and the Monk: Semitic Discourse and the Jew(s)
The Canterbury Tales, Revisited: 21st-Century Interpretations
In The Canterbury Tales Revisited – 21st Century Interpretations, Editor Kathleen A. Bishop has brought together a group of authors that is both diverse and international including scholars from the United States and Canada, as well as the UK and the continent and Asia. The articles they have contributed cover “hot” new areas such as Chaucer and Judaism, Queer studies, and feminism and gender. The eminent Medievalist David Matthews has contributed an insightful opening piece situating Chaucer studies in the new century and discussing where we have been and where we seem to be going.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Place of Publication
Newcastle, United Kingdom
Krummel, Miriamne Ara, "The Pardoner, the Prioress, Sir Thopas, and the Monk: Semitic Discourse and the Jew(s)" (2008). English Faculty Publications. 114.