The Canterbury Tales

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Oxford University Press, 1998 - Poetry - 482 pages
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David Wright's new translation of The Canterbury Tales into modern verse--the first to appear in over thirty years--makes one of the greatest works of English literature accessible to all readers while preserving the wit and vivacity of Chaucer's original text.

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User Review  - Molshri - Goodreads

Loved it. The stories are naughty, bawdy, funny, romantic, spiritual and entertaining. I rue the fact that we don't have story tellers anymore. The Canterbury tales take us to the day of yore when ... Read full review

Review: The Canterbury Tales: A Selection

User Review  - Goodreads

Loved it. The stories are naughty, bawdy, funny, romantic, spiritual and entertaining. I rue the fact that we don't have story tellers anymore. The Canterbury tales take us to the day of yore when ... Read full review

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Geoffrey Chaucer was an English author, poet, philosopher, bureaucrat (courtier), and diplomat. He is often referred to as the Father of English Literature.

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