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Brewer, Derek Stanley, Chaucer in His Time, Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd., 1963.

Chesterton, G. K., "The Greatness of Chaucer," in Geoffrey Chaucer, edited by Harold Bloom, Chelsea House Publishers, 1985.

Patterson, Lee, "'No Man His Reson Herde': Peasant Consciousness, Chaucer's Miller, and the Structure of The Canterbury Tales," in South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. 86, 1987.

Stillinger, Thomas, Introduction, in Critical Essays on Geoffrey Chaucer, G. K. Hall, 1998, p. 2.

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