A Golden Age of English Poetry
Edited By Gerald Morgan
Acknowledgments This book takes its origin from the conference on Chaucer in Context held in Trinity College Dublin on 17 April 2010, organised by Professor Sarah Alyn Stacey, Director of the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies in Trinity College and financially supported by the Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature (Medium Aevum). I take this opportunity to thank Professor Alyn Stacey and the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies for help and encouragement in bringing this book to completion. I also take this opportunity to express my gratitude to my students in the Department and School of English and in the Department of Medieval and Renaissance English in Trinity College Dublin over many years (and not least in 2009–2010 for making my final experience of teach- ing so happy and rewarding). I wish to express my gratitude (once again and once again as no mere formality) to Andrea Greengrass who compiled the Index and to Mary Critchley who prepared the book for publication. Their exemplary profes- sionalism has relieved me of the pressure that is usually to be experienced in the final stages of a work such as this.
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