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Birhanzel, Candace.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 112-25.
Comments on reading ClT as both "realistic and religious, tied to the character of . . . the Clerk."

Fleming, Donna.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 128-34.
Reads WBP in light of a dictionary definition of "narcissism."

Schilling, Arnold.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 13-23.
Introductory comments on late-medieval musical notation, melody and harmony, rhythm and meter, instruments, and forms, with notes for an accompanying tape recording.

Struck, JoAnn.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 135-45.
Comments on romance conventions in WBT and its concern with "soveraynetee" and "maistrye."

Wuertz, Carol.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 146-57.
Argues that the "message" of WBPT is that all individuals are to be valued.

Marwitz, Will[ard].   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 158-75.
Comments on assessments of the Wife of Bath as either a "Scarlet Woman" or a "truly liberated woman," concluding that she is best seen as "complicated." Includes a series of "Student Challenges" as a study guide to WBP.

Case, Linda.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 186-202.
Description of proposed classroom activities for high school study of GP.

Polasky, Patty.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 202-10.
Briefly describes eleven "ideas and activities that have been gleaned from various sources" for teaching the GP.

Butler, Richard J.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 211-36.
Presents for high school teachers several "exercises and activities that may be useful in a unit on Chaucer and the middle ages," including objectives, questions to consider, paper topics, audio-visual resources, and supplementary materials.

Baumeister, David J.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 227-46.
Instructions, outlines, plot synopses, and handouts for use in teaching English medieval literature (including selections from CT) to high school seniors.

Litsey, Barbara A.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 24-35.
Comments on medieval knighthood and the appropriateness of KnT to the Knight.

Hefling, Carol.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 247-52.
Presents in outline form materials for a unit on medieval history for the high school classroom, incorporating suggestions or using selections from CT.

Ketterling, Bernadean,   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 253-62.
Impressionistic comments on WBT in light of various critical concerns--genre, theme, etc.

Olsen, Vicki.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 36-62.
Aligns the five fingers of lechery (ParsT 10. 852-64) with the conventions of courtly love and those of mystical love, using them to assess several lovers of CT (Palamon and Arcite of KnT, Nicholas and Absalon of MilT, and Aurelius of FranT).

Hauck, Comfort.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 63-72.
Comments on the anti-Semitism of PrT and suggests that it does not lessen the beauty of the tale.

McMullen, Carol.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 73-83.
Argues that the "moral lesson" of MerT is "self-deception and spiritual blindness" which result from January's efforts to "create a paradise on earth."

Harms, Gary.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 84-93.
Comments on five critical essays that pertain to RvT.

Mauck, Deanna.   [Jay Ruud, ed.] Papers on the "Canterbury Tales": From the 1989 NEH Chaucer Institute, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota ([Aberdeen, S.D.: Northern State University, 1989), pp. 94-103.
Locates in SumT several violations of William of Saint-Amour's claims about false friars.

Rowland, Beryl.   [Kent, Ohio]: Kent State University Press, 1971.
Studies various aspects of Chaucer's animal imagery (particularly mammals), describing their traditional associations, and exploring Chaucer's uses of these conventions, drawing on natural history, exegesis, and popular lore as well as the animals'…

Lock, Margaret.   [Kingston, Ontario]: Locks' Press, 1999.
Item not seen; cited in WorldCat, which indicates that a woodcut by Margaret Lock accompanies an excerpt from part 5 of CT.

Crosse, Gordon, composer.   [London?]: Oxford University Press, 1971.
Item not seen. The WorldCat record states that this opera/pantomime was scored by Crosse, with "text (based on Chaucer's Canterbury Tales) by David Cowan." The Guelph Spring Festival Archives indicate a performance in 1993.

Patterson, Lee.   [London] : [Birkbeck College], 1995.
Two essays: 1) "The Place of Philology" argues that the MLE is Chaucer's late and revised addition to CT and that it is properly followed by WBP; Patterson confronts the manuscript evidence and suggests several structural and thematic continuities…

Moloney, Rowland.   [London] Times Educational Supplement, Mar. 1, 1996, Extra English Section, p. v.
Lesson ideas for teaching CT to twelve-year-olds; mentions a prospective BBC animated version of CT.

Salter, Elizabeth, reader, with A. C. Spearing.   [London]: Cambridge University Press, 1976.
Item not seen; cited in WorldCat, which also cites a CD release in 1998. Includes GP description of the Wife of Bath, as well as WBPT.

Farrar, Sidney.   [London]: Hulton Educational Publications, 1965.
Item not seen. Information derived from WorldCat records.
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