Chaucer and Gender (Hardcover)

Michael Masi

Published by Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers, 2005
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Synopsis: Gender criticism has recently been applied to a wide range of ancient and modern literature; such an approach can reveal many previously unrecognized attitudes among earlier writers. Chaucer has long been recognized as a writer with psychological sensitivities. This book attempts to show that Chaucer has demonstrated his sensitivities on gender issues by recognizing and revising many of the gender stereotypes familiar from his time. It is likely that he was influenced in these ideas by an early feminist writer from France, Christine de Pizan, who complained about the Romance of the Rose as an embodiment of gender stereotyping. Chaucer’s later works particularly show an awareness of gender issues that has not been entirely recognized and which is at variance with ideas in the Romance, which he had translated into English during his youthful period.

About the Author: The Author: Michael Masi (1939-2004) received his doctorate from Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, where he completed a dissertation on Anglo-Saxon sermons. His publications were largely in paleography and in literary analysis. As part of his work in philosophy and history of science, he published a translation of Boethius’ De Arithmetica and Boethius and the Liberal Arts: A Collection of Essays (Peter Lang, 1981). Dr. Masi was also an avid scholar of modern languages, art, and architecture. As a professor, he taught at Loyola University in Chicago for forty years, bringing course material to life with great energy and inspiring countless young minds.

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Title: Chaucer and Gender (Hardcover)
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers
Publication Date: 2005
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