EARLY FICTION IN ENGLAND: From Geoffrey of Monmouth to Chaucer
In the twelfth century, fiction was reinvented in English literature. This fiction brought love into the literary narrative, and the idea that the goal of life is personal fulfillment. Pieces in this anthology, written by such authors as Geoffrey of Monmouth, Chaucer and Marie de France, are newly translated into clear modern prose.
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