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Age of Chaucer

Age of Chaucer (1350-1400):

Personal life: Geoffrey Chaucer was born in England in 1340. He was the son of John Chaucer. He had very good relation with the dwellers of the town where he grew up. He had a business of alcohol. His life was momentous. In his personal life he was royal and he got a lot of honor. In his family he had two sons named Thomas and Lvi. At the age of 60 he died in 1400. He is considered as the best writer, poet and author of this era. His life was totally pompous.

Most important works of Chaucer:

1. The Romance of Rose

2. House of Fame

3. Troilus and Cressidal / Criseyde

4. The story of Griselda

5. Parliament of Fowls

6. The Canterbury Tales

Among them The Canterbury Tales is considered as the best creature of Chaucer.

Chaucer’s Contemporizes:

William Langland, John Wycliffe, John Mandeville. 

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