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[Los Gatos, Calif.]: Smashwords, [2015].
The woman that infatuates the narrator is a barista who she calls "Chaucer girl," so named because she is first seen holding a copy of "The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer."

Cape Town: College of Careers, 1972.
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Cape Town: College of Careers, 1972.
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Cape Town: College of Careers, 1972.
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Pleasantville, N.Y.: Reader's Digest, 1969.
Anthologizes short stories, tales and fables for juvenile readers, including a version of PardT (pp. 430-34) adapted by Jennifer Westwood, titled "Three Young Men and Death," originally published in 1967, here accompanied by a color illustration of…

New York: Films Media Group, 2011. Originally produced by the BBC; available through Films on Demand.
Features the beauty and importance of the Luttrell Psalter and Caxton's second edition of CT, with commentary on book production and the sociohistorical importance of the featured texts. Four sections pertain to Chaucer: "Commercial Printing" (2:30),…

[Toronto]: Coles, 1967.
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Toronto: Coles, 1966.
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Pleasantville, N.Y.: Educational Audio Visual, 1968.
Item not seen. The WorldCat record indicates that this filmstrip "Uses contemporary prints and paintings to illustrate fourteenth century England as reflected in the works of Chaucer" and that the "Recording includes The tale of the wyf of Bathe read…

London: Argo Sight and Sound; released in the U.S. by Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1970.
Item not seen; WorldCat records indicate that this audiovisual movie "Depicts the various institutions, traditions, and forces which shaped Chaucer's life and writings. Includes medieval paintings, tapestries, and music, and portions of Chaucer's…

Barcelona : Ediciones 29, 1970.
Item not seen; the WorldCat record indicates that the volume includes "La confesión de una viuda. El estudiante, la patrona y el sacrestán. Por G. Chaucer."

San Francisco: Bellerophon, 1973.
Middle English version of GP [Skeat edition], accompanied by numerous b&w reproductions of woodcuts from editions of CT by William Caxton (1484), Wynkyn de Worde (1494), and Richard Pynson (1526). Includes a seven-inch phonograph recording (33 1/3…

Once and Future Classroom 2.1 (2003): n.p. [Web publication]
No author listed; intended for pedagogical purposes. Summarizes the plots of several medieval narratives with garden settings, including MerT and FranT, exploring their versatility. Also comments on garden settings in J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Lord of…

[San Bruno, Calif.], 2005. Updated recurrently.
Website of eclectic user-generated audio-visual materials, with internal search engine. A search for "Chaucer" produces thousands of results, including links to lectures on the poet's life, language, works, and historical contexts, as well as student…

[Wikimedia Foundation, 2001]. Updated recurrently.
User-generated online encyclopedia that includes a variety of links to information pertaining to Chaucer, his language, works, sources, influences, and social and literary contexts, composed by users both expert and amateur, but subject to…

Barcelona: Editorial Optima, 1998.
Spanish prose translation of CT (except Mel and ParsT), with Th and the Envoy to ClT in verse; translated by Ramón Sopena. Twelve color plates reproduce the sequence of the months from "Les Très Riches Heures" of Jean, Duke of Berry.

DAI A72.04 (2011): n.p.
Within the context of an examination of the English Renaissance, submits that the 1598 edition of Chaucer connects manuscripts and print culture, while lending Chaucerian authority and canonicity to print editions.

México, D.F.: Axial, 2009.
Item not located; cited in WorldCat, which reports that the volume includes WBT and PardT in the Spanish translations by Manuel Pérez y del Río-Cosa (originally published in 1921).

Shute, Sarah, gen. ed. KnowledgeNotes Student Guides (Cambridge: ProQuest Information and Learning Company, 2002), n.p.
Introduces Chaucer and his works; then summarizes the characters, plot, style, and themes of WBPT, along with a running commentary.

Shute, Sarah, gen. ed. KnowledgeNotes Student Guides (Cambridge: ProQuest Information and Learning Company, 2002), n.p.
Introduces Chaucer and his works; then summarizes the characters, plot, style, and themes of MilT, along with a running commentary on MilPT, with bibliography.

Shute, Sarah, gen. ed. KnowledgeNotes Student Guides (Cambridge: ProQuest Information and Learning Company, 2002), n.p.
Introduces Chaucer and his works; then provides a summary of plot, descriptions of style and themes, a character list, and a running commentary that identifies the salient points of GP, with bibliography.

London: Penguin, 1996.
Item not seen; cited in WorldCat which indicates that this is a selection from CT in Middle English. WorldCat also cites a 1998 release of this publication.

Madrid: Edimat Libros, 2002.
A selection from CT in Spanish prose, including GP, KnT, MilPT, RvT, ShT, PrPT, ThPT (the tale of Thopas in stanzaic verse), MkP, NPPT, WBPT, ClPE (with Envoy in verse), MerPT, SqE, FranPT, PardPT, ParsT, and Ret. Published again in 2006, with a new…

Brookfield, Conn.: Millbrook Press, 1997.
Collects twelve stories that explore "the notions of fate, destiny, and coincidence," including a prose adaptation of the PardT, "A Meeting with Death: Adapted from 'The Pardoner's Tale' from 'The Canterbury Tales'" (pp. 79-90), which modifies the…

Franklin, Tenn.: Naxos AudioBooks, 1995-2004.
Items not seen; cited in WorldCat. Readings of selections from CT in modern poetic translation by Frank Ernest Hill. Volume I (3 CDs; 1995) includes GP, KnT, MilT, PardT, MerT and FranT. Volume II (3 CDs, 2002): WBPT, ClT, RvT, and NPT. Volume III (3…
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