The Canterbury Tales

(Great Tales)

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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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