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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...
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.
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 Chaucers 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.
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 Baragonas 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.