Session 1432: Reading Chaucer Aloud at Leeds: A Workshop
Wednesday 8 July 2015, 19.00-20.00
|Sponsor:||The Chaucer Studio / Press, Brigham Young University, Utah|
|Organiser:||Paul R. Thomas, The Chaucer Studio Press / Brigham Young University, Utah|
|Moderator/Chair:||Paul R. Thomas, The Chaucer Studio Press / Brigham Young University, Utah|
This workshop is designed for anyone who would like to learn how to read Chaucer’s Middle English poetry / prose aloud. Beginning or experienced readers are welcome: the workshop will be non-threatening, and most readers should be able to make a noticeable improvement in their reading of Middle English during this session. Please bring a few copies of a passage from Chaucer’s works you would like to improve. All readers should try to prepare the following passages from the Manciple’s Prologue and Tale: Fragment IX, 1-104, the Prologue; Lines 240-308 in the Tale.
If you have queries or are interested in participating, contact Paul Thomas at email@example.com