2 edition of Two Scots Chaucerians found in the catalog.
Two Scots Chaucerians
Henry Harvey Wood
by Published for the British Council and the National Book League by Longmans, Green in [London]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 45-48.
|Series||Writers and their work, no. 201|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. facsim. ;|
|Number of Pages||48|
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The Scottish Chaucerians. § 2. The Kingis Quair. The herald of the change in Scottish literary habit is the love-allegory of The Kingis Quair,or King’s Book. The atmosphere of this poem is that of The Romance of the Rose:in general treatment, as well as in details, it at once appears to be modelled upon that work, or upon one of the many poems directly derived therefrom.
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somewhat patronisingly – as the ‘Scottish Chaucerians’. Nowadays, the makars are revered as the great poets of Scotland’s medieval past, and remembered as some of the most skilful and imaginative artists the two most important developments in the entire history of communications.
The Makars have often been referred to by literary critics as Scots Chaucerians. While Chaucer's influence on fifteenth-century Scottish literature was certainly important, the makars drew strongly on a native tradition predating Chaucer, exemplified by Barbour, as well as the courtly literature of France.
The second phase of Scottish Chaucerianism. The poems Robert Henryson, William Dunbar, and Gavin Douglas represent the second phase of Chaucerianism, a more academic one, which adapts Chaucer’s style to the authors’ more individual and nationalistic purposes. Highland Defender by Julie Johnstone is book Two in the Renegade Scots Series.
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English Chaucerians Quick Reference The name sometimes applied to those poets in 15th-c. and early 16th-c. England who praise and imitate Chaucer and whose work is obviously influenced by him. Scots Guards Standard Settings Book 2 Neil Clark - Falkirk Piping; Scots Guards 2/24 (Tune ) The Two Ronnie's Maggies Scots Guards 2/54 (Tune ) Pipe Major W.
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Noun 1. Geoffrey Chaucer - English poet remembered as author of the Canterbury Tales Chaucer. Scottish Chaucerians, the name given to a group of 15th‐ and 16th‐century Scottish poets who wrote under the influence of Geoffrey Chaucer (or of his follower John Lydgate), often using his seven‐line rhyme royal stanza.
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