A.H. Clough, F.J. Child, and Mid-Victorian Chaucer
This article examines the understanding of Chaucer's language and metre developed in the correspondence between Clough and the Harvard Professor Francis James Child, and places it in the context of changing Anglo-American literary and cultural relations during the mid-nineteenth century.
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Citation : Phelan, J. (2019). Arthur Hugh Clough, Francis James Child, and Mid-Victorian Chaucer. SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 59(4), pp 855-872
ISSN : 0039-3657
Research Group : Centre for Textual Studies (CTS)
Research Institute : Institute of English
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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