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Geoffrey Chaucer Introduction

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Geoffrey Chaucer Introduction

Chaucer is the best writer of the Era also known as the father of English Literature and Morning star of the Renaissance as well. He was a great scholar and courtier in English court. He wrote in three different languages and diverse time period which also evident of the development of his skills as a writer. He wrote in French, Latin and English moreover contributes best in the development of the later as the f…

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William Langland and John Grover

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William Langland

  • William Langland was one of the most famous contemporaries of Chaucer and widely known for his work Piers the Plowman – A Vision. It is a medieval long narrative poem of 15000 lines of alliterative verse.
  • Like the Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Piers Plowman is considered by many critics to be one of the greatest works of Engl…

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