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Chaucer, Geoffrey w/ Larry D. Benson (General Editor)., Houghton Mifflin, nd, c1987, 3rd Edition, cloth w/gilt title & color pastedown, minor cover scratches o/w fine (no dj), 1327 pp w/index, glossary & appendices, B & W portrait frontis, Sm 4to.
Very Good. 0395290317 PAPERBACK. Light to moderate wear and creasing to cover/edges/corners. School markings and user writing on/inside covers. Minimal markings/highlighting on/inside book, none of which detracts from content. Binding and cover solidly connected.
This book is extremely useful for anyone who plans on diving headfirst into Chaucer. Having a collected works of Chaucer is the first step to fully studying the works, and having them all in one place is highly convenient. I find that the set up and the notes in the back of the book are very useful and would lend themselves to assisting on research papers. I would not, however, suggest this particular version of Chaucer to the casual reader, as all the works are found in the original Middle English and heavily footnoted.
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