N. Scott Amos, Ph.D.
Elza C. Tiner, Ph.D.
Laura Kicklighter, Ph.D.
Chaucer’s use of visual imagery and symbolism in The Canterbury Tales. From a literary approach, scholars point to Chaucer’s diverse and extensive descriptions of visuals in poetry as a primary rhetorical avenue, where he applies commentary to instances where a physical image (known in this case as a symbol) is most appropriate to elicit a desired emotion or convey a certain idea concerning moralit
Smallshaw, Frederick W., "The Colours of Rethoryk: The Medieval World’s Influence on Red and White Color Symbolism in Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales" (2023). Undergraduate Theses and Capstone Projects. 265.