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Rickert says in her book, New Methods for the Study of Literature, that she developed these methods from her years of experience in modernist . Norman, Oklahoma: Pilgrim Books.
Rickert says in her book, New Methods for the Study of Literature, that she developed these methods from her years of experience in modernist literature, more specifically her role as a codebreaker for military intelligence. In the Black Chamber, Yardley says that cryptographers have a certain way of thinking which makes them successful- these people were called cipher-brains.
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Compiled by E. Rickert. Illustrations selected by Margaret Rickert. Oxford University Press: London; Columbia Univ. Ramsey, Roy Vance (1994): The Manly-Rickert Text of the Canterbury Tales. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.
I make this statement based on the astonishing number of people who begin reciting the first eighteen lines of the General Prologue when I tell them I teach Chaucer. My reciters come from all walks of life-doctors and engineers, sales reps and farmers, students and cashiers; and I encounter them in all sorts of ways-as neighbors, as the parents of my children’s friends, as the woman in front of me in line, or as the man next to me on the plane