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General Resources
The Electronic Canterbury Tales (U.Alaska)(Daniel T. Kline)
The Electronic Canterbury Tales Homepage (U.Alaska)(Daniel T. Kline)
The General Prologue  (text and resources)
The Knight's Tale  (text and resources)
The Pardoner's Tale  (text and resources)
The Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale (text and resources)
The Canon's Yeoman's Tale (text and resources)
Chaucer Studies Bibliographies
Link Library of Online Bibliographies (annotated and regularly updated by Alan Baragona)(Chaucer Metapage)
WSU Chaucer Bibliography (Michael Hanly, Washington State U.)
The Essential Chaucer Bibliography On-Line (Annotated, extensively indexed; "The bibliography is divided into almost 90 topics, including themes, techniques, and individual works by Chaucer.") (Mark Allen and John H. Fischer)
Chaucer Metapage (collectively maintained project started at the 33rd International Congress of Medieval Studies)
The Canterbury Tales Project (Universities of Sheffield and Oxford)
Chaucer (Anniina Jokinen)
Chaucer Page (translations of Chaucer poems) (The Poetry Archives)
Links Related to Chaucer and Medieval Studies (Michael Hanly, Washington State U.)
WSU Chaucer Page (Michael Hanly, Washington State U.)
Chaucer Pedagogy Page (links to lectures, assignments, pronunciation guides, historical background, etc.)(Daniel T. Kline)
Chaucer: English 430 (Deborah Schwartz, California Polytechnic U., San Luis Obispo)
Chaucer (course page that includes well-selected links to Chaucer resources) (Edwin Duncan, Towson U., Maryland)
Helen Barr (Oxford U.) "Chaucer's Knight: A Christian Killer?" (essay from The English Review) (2001)
Glenn Burger (U. Alberta), "Queer Performativity and the Natural in Chaucer's Physician's and Pardoner's Tales" (Martin Irvine and Deborah Everhart, Georgetown U.)
Louise O. Fradenburg (U. of California, Santa Barbara) Sacrificial Desire in Chaucer's Knight's Tale (essay originally appearing in JMEMS) (1997)
Grover Furr (Montclair State U., NJ) The Nun's Priest's Tale and Nominalism: A Preliminary Study (1995)
Curtis Gruenler (Hope C., Holland, MI) Desire, Violence, and the Passion in fragment VII of The Canterbury Tales: A Girardian Reading 
Robert Levine (Boston U.) Restraining Ambiguities in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyda (1986)
Charles Muscatine (U. of Berkeley) The Knight's Tale (excerpt from Chaucer and the French Tradition, 1957) (Geoffrey Chaucer Page, Harvard U.)
Sarah Stanbury (C. of the Holy Cross, Massachusetts), "Visibility Politics in Chaucer's Knight's Tale" (Cultural Frictions Conference, Georgetown U., 1995) (HTML by Jeffrey Cohen, George Washington U.)
Mary Wack (Washington State U.), "Chaucer in 2001" 
Visual Resources
Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales: The Classic Text: Traditions and Interpretations (online exhibit on manuscript and print editions of Chaucer's texts) (U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
Caxton's Canterbury Tales: The British Library Copies (online facsimiles of William Caxton's prints) (Ed. Barbara Bordalejo, De Montfort U., Leicester, UK)
Max's Chaucer Page ("digital paintings and illustrations of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales") (Max Cordonnier, Southeast Missouri State U.)
The Book of the Duchess (Online Medieval and Classical Library)
The Canterbury Tales (edited by F.N. Robinson) (Corpus of Middle English and Prose; U. of Michigan)
The Electronic Canterbury Tales (deep, well-organized set of annotated links to texts and materials related to The Canterbury Tales) (Daniel T. Kline, U. Alaska, Anchorage)
The House of Fame (Online Medieval and Classical Library)
The Minor Poems of Geoffrey Chaucer (texts of Chaucer's shorter poems, with hypertext glosses, critical introductions and bibliographies) (Gen. Ed., James Hunter, Edgewood C., Madison, WI)
The Parliament of Fowles (Online Medieval and Classical Library)
A Treatise on the Astrolabe (The Art Bin)
Treatise on The Astrolabe: addresses to his son Lowys (Humanities Text Initiative, U. Michigan)
Troilus and Criseyde (edited by B.A. Windeatt) (Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse; U.of Michigan)
Troilus and Criseyde (Online Medieval and Classical Library)

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