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Edwin Duncan's Chaucer Page


Edwin Duncan's Chaucer Page

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This site is the course page for Edwin Duncan's Chaucer class at Towson University. It includes a very well selected collection of web resources, as well as valuable original material. His introduction to the General Prologue of the Canterbury Tales is especially well-designed and useful, offering pop-up glosses and explanatory notes, links to additional material, easily accessible sound files (in Real Audio format), a parallel-text translation into modern English, etc.
Material Type: Collection
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: August 11, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 02, 2010
Submitter: James Hunter



Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
Cost Involved: no
Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no
Creative Commons: unsure


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Avatar for Terri Buechler
8 years ago

Terri Buechler (Faculty)

I actually used this site for teaching a three day unit.
I teach ENGL 210 for dual high school and college credit.
The materials provided on this site are useful in studying Geoffrey Chaucer’s
The Canterbury Tales. This site provides a plethora of materials concerning
Chaucer, Middle English, The Canterbury Tales, and the time period. The site
offers a wealth of resources; it becomes a one-stop site. Students are exposed
to a variety of aspects Chaucer. As many schools are trying to meet the demands
of budget cuts, this site provides access to The Canterbury Tales online.

Technical Remarks:

Students found it easy to navigate through the site. Some students prefer
reading materials on a computer as opposed to a text book.

I did experience some technical difficulties. Under “Other On-line Chaucer
Sites,” the “Alan Baragona’s Chaucer Page” was not available. “The New Chaucer
Society Home Page” would not allow me to return back from there. I do realize
that it is impossible to maintain links to other sites.
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