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"The Canterbury Tales", compiled in the late fourteenth century, is an incisive portrait, infused with Chaucer's wry wit and vibrant, poetical language. He evokes a spectrum of colourful characters, from the bawdy Wife of Bath to the gallant Knight, the fastidious Prioress and the burly, drunken Miller. As they wend their way from Southwark to Canterbury, tales are told to pass the time, and the stories are as diverse as the narrators, encompassing themes such as adultery, revenge, courtly love, lechery, avarice and ...

The Canterbury Tales: A Selection 2013, Signet Book

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The Canterbury Tales: A Selection 2009, Penguin Books, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780140424454

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The Canterbury Tales: A Selection 1996, Penguin Classics, London

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The Canterbury Tales: A Selection 1988, Signet Classics, New York, NY

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