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Chaucerian Conflict. Languages of Antagonism in Late Fourteenth-Century London.
Clarendon Press, 2006. 224p. Hardback. Series: Oxford English Monographs. It is refreshing to read a work of literary criticism so enmeshed in primary sources and so able to construct its own understanding of a historical moment. Turner is a sensitive reader of texts, and her vision of Ricardian intertextuality is mapped out with precision and care... [Her conclusion] is one with which all Chaucerians must now grapple Maura Nolan, Speculum 17/09/2008 (Publisher's information).
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