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Chaucer lacks “High Seriousness?”
Not the way I see it.

Chaucer's Host: Up-So-Doun

“Dolores Cullen’s expertise and passion draw in even readers who swore off Chaucer decades ago. As Cullen pulls back ‘the curtain fashioned six hundred years ago by Geoffrey Chaucer,’ she pulls in anyone interested in the Catholic Church of the Middle Ages or the life of England at that time.”
--Hugh Hewitt, Host of PBS’s Searching for God In America

“In Chaucer’s Host, Dolores Cullen offers something new in Chaucer studies. She posits a secret identity for Herry Bailly, the keeper of the Tabard, where the pilgrims are housed. . . . She convincingly proposes that Chaucer’s Host is none other than Jesus Christ himself . . . . Written to be immediately accessible to the non-specialist general reader.”
--The Midwest Book Review, October 1998