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8. Online Bibliography
The Chaucer Review: An Indexed Bibliography, vols. 1-30 (Peter Beidler, Lehigh U. & Martha Kalnin, Baylor U).
The Online Chaucer Bibliography (Mark E. Allen, UT San Antonio) is from Studies in the Age of Chaucer and the New Chaucer Society. Another excellent project. Searchable by keyword and other Boolean terms.
The Essential Chaucer (Mark E. Allen, UT San Antonio and John H. Fisher, UTennessee). This selective, annotated bibliography of Chaucer studies from 1900-1984 is divided into almost 90 topics, including themes, techniques, and individual works by Chaucer. An invaluable starting point. See the Table of Contents or check a few of the entries here:
Canterbury Tales / General
Canterbury Tales / By Tale
The Medieval Review (TMR) Reviews of Recent Books about Chaucer (Links to the books reviewed in The Medieval Review, compiled by Edwin Duncan, Towson U.)
Bibliography on Renaissance Chaucer (John F. Plummer, Vanderbilt U) is a helpful compilation of academic sources tracing Chaucer's "afterlife" in the Renaissance.
Michael Hanley's A Limited Canterbury Tales Bibliography (Washington State) is a straightforward listing of important studies and anthologies. No annotations.
The same is true for Alan Baragona's always current Chaucer: A Semi- Systematic, Serendipitous Bibliography (VMI), whose entries are "grouped according to their usefulness for undergraduate research."
Stephen R. Reimer's Chaucer / English 324 Bibliography (UAlberta) is organized by topic and includes a broad array of social and cultural sources. Some annotations.
Other Relevant Bibliographies:
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