Shame and guilt in Chaucer

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By Statement Anne McTaggart
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Subject People Geoffrey Chaucer (d. 1400)
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Subjects Guilt in literature
Shame in literature
Criticism and interpretation
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Table Of Contents Shame and guilt, now and then
Shamed guiltless in Chaucer's pagan antiquity
Honor, purity, and sacrifice in The knight's tale and The physician's tale
Structures of reciprocity in Chaucerian romance
The ills of illocution: shame, guilt, and confession in The pardoner's tale and The parson's tale
Conclusion: Chaucer and medieval shame culture.
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Shame and guilt in Chaucer
Authors Anne McTaggart
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Description Geoffrey Chaucer aimed his ethical critique and social satire at human failures to acknowledge guilt and their self-defensive use of shame. Shame and Guilt in Chaucer explores Chaucer's representation of these concepts in the context of modern affect theory. By showing how shame pervades Chaucer's texts but guilt is largely invisible, inaccessible, or resistant to full disclosure, Anne McTaggart challenges perceptions and reveals an ethics of affect to be at the heart of Chaucerian poetics.
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Page Count 192
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Published Date 2012-09-14
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