||Part I. Ways of seeing. Intervisual texts, intertextual images : Chaucer and the Luttrell Psalter / Ashby Kinch -- Creative memory and visual image in Chaucer's House of fame / Alexandra Cook -- "Quy la?" : the counting-house, the Shipman's tale, and architectural interiors / Sarah Stanbury -- The Vernon Paternoster diagram, medieval graphic design, and the Parson's tale / Kathryn Vulić -- Part II. Chaucerian imagescapes. Standing under the cross in the Pardoner's and Shipman's tales / Susanna Fein -- Disfigured drunkenness in Chaucer, Deschamps, and medieval visual culture / Laura Kendrick -- The Franklin's tale and the sister arts / Jessica Brantley -- Miracle windows and the pilgrimage to Canterbury / David Raybin -- Part III. Chaucer illustrated. Translating iconography : Gower, Pearl, Chaucer, and the Rose / Joyce Coleman -- "Qui bien aime a tarde oblie" : lemmata and lists in the Parliament of fowls / Martha Rust -- The visual semantics of Ellesmere : gold, artifice, and audience / Maidie Hilmo -- Drawing out a tale : Elisabeth Frink's Etchings illustrating Chaucer's "Canterbury tales" / Carolyn P. Collette.
||"A collection of twelve illustrated essays modeling innovative approaches to reading Chaucer's visual poetics. Essays explore connections between Chaucer's texts and various forms of visual data, medieval and modern, that can deepen and inform our understanding of Chaucer's poetry"--Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 267-286) and indexes.|
|Genre/form||Criticism, interpretation, etc.|
|ISBN||9780271074801 (cloth ; alk. paper)|
|ISBN||0271074809 (cloth ; alk. paper)|