The Canterbury Tales

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At the Tabard Inn in Southwark, a jovial group of pilgrims assembles, including an unscrupulous Pardoner, a noble-minded Knight, a ribald Miller, the lusty Wife of Bath, and Chaucer himself. As they set out on their journey towards the shrine of Thom ...Continua
Ho letto molte recensioni negative su questo libro e per questo vorrei spendere qualche parola per un'opera che, personalmente, ho trovato unica e frutto di un sapiente (eppur non artificioso) studio. "I Racconti di Canterbury" di Geoffrey Chaucer è...Continua

Jews and women don't have a terribly good time in this book. Reading verse is tiring, but some lines stand out, and I have used them in everyday conversation.

The cover shows Chaucer from an illuminated manuscript in the British Museum

Wrote 7/22/07

"amor vincit omnia"
"the words must be cousin to the deed"
"poverty is a glass through which he can see his true friends"
"he is noble who does noble deeds"

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