Chaucer -- Sources and Literary Background

J. P. McCall    Spec 46 71    Ch. & the pseudo-Origen Magdalena

G. Olson    Spec 48 73    Deschamps' art de dictier & Chaucer

R. T. Lenaghan    Whiting F/S 74    Ch. and med. romance

S. Wenzel    SP 73 76    Chaucer & the language of contemp. preaching

S. Eisner     E&S 29 76     Ch's use of Nicholas of Lynn's Calendar (edited by Eisner, U. Georgia P 80)

Piero Boitani,     Chaucer & Boccaccio    MAE Monog. VIII 77

D. McGrady    ChauR 12 77    Ch. and Decameron

A. J. Minnis    MAE 48 79    Ch. & Ovide moralisé

John M. Fyler,     Ch. and Ovid    Yale U. P. 1979

N. Havely,     Ch's Boccaccio    Ch. Studies V '80

F. N. M. Diekstra    ES 62 81    Chaucer's way with his sources

F. Anne Payne,     Ch. & Menippean Satire    Wisconsin 81 

A. J. Minnis,     Ch. & Pagan Antiquity     Ch. Stud. VIII 82

James I. Wimsatt,     Chaucer & the Poems of Ch.    Ch. Stud. IX 82

Andre Crepin    Boitani/Torti 82-3     Chaucer and the French

Piero Boitani (ed.),     Chaucer & the Italian Trecento     CUP 83

David Wallace,     Ch. and the early writings of Bocc.    Ch. Stud. XII 85

Howard Schless,     Chaucer and Dante    Pilgrim 85

J. D. Burnley    Neoph. 69 85    Chaucer, Usk & Geoffrey of Vinsauf

F. N. M. Diekstra    ES 69 88    Ch & Roman de la Rose

J. Fyler    Medievalia 13 89    Ovid and Ch (whole volume is on Ovid in M. A.)

J. I. Wimsatt,     Ch and his French contemps.    Toronto 91

Barbara Nolan,     Ch. & the tradition of the roman antique [TC & KnT]    CUP 92

P. B. Taylor    Traditio 47 92    Ch and the Latin muses

J. I. Wimsatt    Medievalia 15 93    Ch -- sources and intertextuality

H. Phillips    NMS 37 93    Ch's French translations

Paul Battles    ChauR 31 96-7    Ch and tradition of dawn-song

Rory McTurk    LSE 29 98    Ch & Giraldus Cambrensis

R. R. Edwards    SP 96 99    The desolate palace and the solitary city: Ch, Boccaccio & Dante

William Franke    ChauR 34 99-00    `Enditynges of worldly vanitees': truth & poetry in Ch as compared with Dante

Leonard Koff & Brenda Schildgen (eds.),     The Decameron and the CT: new essays on an old question    Fairleigh Dickinson UP 00