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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-355

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department for ladies 353 nant influences on Chaucer and his age-His chief literary Contemporaries-Longland's Piers Ploughman''-Wickliffe -Gower's "Confessio Amantis"-Chaucer's earlier life-His three Literary Periods-"The Book of the Duchess"-His sojourn in Italy-" The Assembly of Fowls"-"The House of Farm "-" The Legend of Good Women "-" The Center- bury Tales Read or consult Prof Skeat's "Chaucer's Minor Poems1' and the other Clnrendon Press Chaucer volumes Prof Ward's 11 Chaucer in the Men of Letters Series Lent Term Spenser and his Age -Spenser's poetical predecessors- His earlier life in London and at Cambridge-fo Lancashire -His friendship with Sir Philip Sidney-'יי The Shepherd's Calendar מ-To Ireland-His View of the Present State of Ireland -His Minor Poems-" The Tears of the Muses"- "Colin Clout's come home again"-u The Fairy Queen"- How it reflects Elizabethan England Its language Its ideals Read or Consult The Globe Edition of Spenser's Works The Clarendon Press editions of books and ii of the Fairy Queen Dean Church's ζζ Spenser" in the Men of Letters Series י Easter Term Dr Johnson and his Age -The Middle of the Eighteenth Century-Its movements and tendencies-In many ways time of transition-Johnson's education-To London-His struggles with adverse fortune His Dictionary" ζ
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