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Canterbury tales. Rendered into modern English

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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  • "Prologue"
  • "Tales of Canterbury"
  • "Chaucer's tales"@en
  • "Persones prologe"
  • "Clerkes tale"
  • "Geoffrey Chaucer's canterbury tales"
  • "Pardoners tale"
  • "Kantebolei gu shi"@en
  • "Ellesmere manuscript"
  • "Ellesmere manuscript"@en
  • "Cambridge manuscript (University library, Gg. 4.27) of the Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "Canterbury-erzählungen"
  • "Works of Geoffrey Chaucer--III"@en
  • "Canterbury Tales"@en
  • "Canterbury Tales"
  • "Canterbury tales"@en
  • "Canterbury tales"
  • "Canterbury-Erzählungen"
  • "Prohemye"
  • "Prohemye"@en
  • "Second nonnes tale"
  • "Sammlung"
  • "Golden Cockerel Press, the Canterbury tales and Eric Gill"@en
  • "Monkes tale"
  • "Squires tale"
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "Nonne protestale"
  • "Knight's tale"
  • "Poems"@en
  • "Nonne prestes tale"
  • "Canterbury-erzeahlungen"
  • "坎特伯雷故事"
  • "Corpus manuscript (Corpus Christi College, Oxford) of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "Hengwrt manuscript of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "Whanne they were wonne and in the grete see"@en
  • "Frankeleyns tale"
  • "Harleian manuscript seven thousand three hundred and thirty-four of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "Lansdowne manuscript of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "Lansdowne manuscript of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"@en
  • "Chanons yomans tale"
  • "Prioresses tale"
  • "Tale of sir thopas"
  • "Whan that Apprill with his shouris sote and the droughte of marche hath percid the rote"@en
  • "Tales of Caunterbury"@en
  • "Tales of Caunterbury"
  • "Knightes tale"
  • "Petworth manuscript of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "Man of lawes tale"
  • "Cambridge manuscript (University library, Gg. 4.27) of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "Monarch notes and study guides"@en
  • "Ellesmere manuscript of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "New Ellesmere Chaucer facsimile"

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  • "Lively, absorbing, often outrageously funny, Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales is a work of genius, an undisputed classic that has held a special appeal for each generation of readers. The Tales gathers twenty-nine of literature's most enduring (and endearing) characters in a vivid group portrait that captures the full spectrum of medieval society, from the exalted Knight to the humble Plowman. This new edition includes a comprehensive introduction that summarizes some of the most important historical events and movements that defined the world of Chaucer and his pilgrims; two additional tales (Reeve's and Shipman's); introductions for each tale designed to prepare the reader for a better understanding and enjoyment of the tale; newly written and conveniently placed explanatory notes; and a new, more easily understood system for learning to pronounce Chaucerian Middle English. From the Paperback edition."
  • "Presents an annotated selection from Geoffrey Chaucer's medieval classic, "The Canterbury Tales," a series of stories narrated by pilgrims on their way to the shrine of Saint Thomas a Becket in Canterbury Cathedral. Includes the general prologue, sources and analogues, and critical essays."
  • "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."@en
  • "A collection of stories written in Middle English at the end of the 14th century, during the time of the Hundred Years' War, the tales are presented as part of a story-telling contest by a group of pilgrims as they travel together on a journey from Southwark to the shrine of Saint Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral."@en
  • "A retelling of the medieval poem about a group of travelers on a pilgrimage to Canterbury and the tales they tell each other. With their astonishing diversity of tone and subject matter, The Canterbury Tales have become one of the touchstones of medieval literature. Translated here into modern English, these tales of a motley crowd of pilgrims drawn from all walks of life-from knight to nun, miller to monk-reveal a picture of English life in the fourteenth century that is as robust as it is representative."
  • "A retelling of the medieval poem about a group of travelers on a pilgrimage to Canterbury and the tales they tell each other. With their astonishing diversity of tone and subject matter, The Canterbury Tales have become one of the touchstones of medieval literature. Translated here into modern English, these tales of a motley crowd of pilgrims drawn from all walks of life-from knight to nun, miller to monk-reveal a picture of English life in the fourteenth century that is as robust as it is representative."@en
  • "A guide to reading "Canterbury Tales" with a critical and appreciative mind. Includes backgound on the author's life and times, sample tests, term paper suggestions, and a reading list."@en
  • "Selected and adapted by a. Kent Hieatt and Constance Hieatt. Illustrations by Gustaf Tenggren. Special edition for Young readers."
  • "The original Middle English poem with a parallel translation/paraphrase in 21st-century English prose on facing pages."
  • "Chaucer's great narrative poem about a group of pilgrims traveling to Canterbury telling each other stories along the way, in an unabridged translation into modern English."
  • "A company of thirty-one pilgrims tell their stories on the way to the shrine of St. Thomas at Canterbury. Text is in Middle English and includes definitions, an introduction, and notes on pronunciation, grammar, and versification."
  • "The Canterbury Tales, by Geoffrey Chaucer, is part of the Barnes & Noble Classics series, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras. Here are some of the remarkable features of Barnes & Noble Classics:<UL type=disc><LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>New introductions commissioned from today's top writers and scholars <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Biographies of the authors <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Chronologies of contemporary historical, biographical, and cultural events <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Footnotes and endnotes <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Selective discussions of imitations, parodies, poems, books, plays, paintings, operas, statuary, and films inspired by the work <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Comments by other famous authors <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Study questions to challenge the reader's viewpoints and expectations <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Bibliographies for further reading <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Indices & Glossaries, when appropriateAll editions are beautifully designed and are printed to superior specifications; some include illustrations of historical interest. Barnes & Noble Classics pulls together a constellation of influences—biographical, historical, and literary—to enrich each reader's understanding of these enduring works. <P style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt class=MsoNormal>Pilgrims on their way to worship at the shrine of Saint Thomas à Becket in Canterbury stop at the Tabard Inn. Representing a cross-section of medieval English society, the group includes a knight and his squire, a prioress, a friar, a miller, and a wife. To amuse themselves on their journey, they agree that each will tell a tale. These stories—by turns bawdy, hilarious, scurrilous, romantic, heroic, and moving—reveal a great deal about the tellers and the world they live in, which, despite the distance of six hundred years, seems remarkably like our own. Indeed, the structure of The Canterbury Tales and the sophisticated, intricate interplay between the stories, their narrators, and the general narrator (himself a complex comic character) give the book its strikingly modern flavor.<P style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt class=MsoNormal> <P style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt class=MsoNormal>Often called the first book of poetry written in English, Chaucer's masterpiece is also the first anthology of English short fiction, one that will resonate with readers for as long as folly and courage, deceit and generosity, love and jealousy remain part of the human personality.<P style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt class=MsoNormal> <P style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt class=MsoNormal>Robert W. Hanning is Professor of English at Columbia University, where he has taught since 1961. He has published The Vision of History in Early Britain, The Individual in Twelfth-Century Romance, The Lais of Marie de France (co-translated with Joan Ferrante), and Castiglione: the Ideal and the Real in Renaissance Culture (co-edited with David Rosand), as well as many articles on Chaucer's poetry and other medieval and Renaissance subjects.<P style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt class=MsoNormal> <P style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt class=MsoNormal>Peter Tuttle's most recent poetry is Looking for a Sign in the West, published by Back Short in 2003."@en
  • "Offers a collection of chivalric romances, moral allegories and low farce. This book includes tales that range from the Knight's account of courtly love and the ebullient Wife of Bath's Arthurian legend, to the ribald anecdotes of the Miller and the Cook."@en
  • "A modern English translation, background information and glossary accompany the original Middle English text of Chaucer's poem about travelers on a pilgrimage."
  • "A modern English translation, background information and glossary accompany the original Middle English text of Chaucer's poem about travelers on a pilgrimage."@en
  • "A company of thirty-one pilgrims tell their stories on the way to the shrine of St. Thomas at Canterbury."@en
  • "These tales of a motley crowd of pilgrims drawn from all walks of life reveal a picture of English life in the fourteenth century that is as robust as it is representative."
  • "These tales of a motley crowd of pilgrims drawn from all walks of life reveal a picture of English life in the fourteenth century that is as robust as it is representative."@en
  • "A collection of twenty-five tales by Geoffrey Chaucer which reflects a "Christian pilgrimage.""@en
  • "Nevill Coghill's masterly and vivid modern English verse translation with all the vigor and poetry of Chaucer's fourteenth-century Middle English In The Canterbury Tales Chaucer created one of the great touchstones of English literature, a masterly collection of chivalric romances, moral allegories and low farce. A story-telling competition between a group of pilgrims from all walks of life is the occasion for a series of tales that range from the Knight's account of courtly love and the ebullient Wife of Bath's Arthurian legend, to the ribald anecdotes of the Miller and the Cook. Rich and diverse, The Canterbury Tales offer us an unrivalled glimpse into the life and mind of medieval England. For more than sixty-five years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,500 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators."@en
  • "National Theatre, Hal James, in association with National Performing Arts, Inc, present Ray Walston, Constance Carpenter, Martyn Green in "Canterbury Tales," with Patrick Hines, Walter McGinn, Louisa Flanningam, Terry Eno, Mary Jo Catlett, Luce Ennis, Reid Shelton, Rihcard Neilson, Bill Starr, Llewellyn Thomas, Lloyd Harris and Eric Berry, book by Martin Starkie & Nevill Coghill (based on a translation from Geoffrey Chaucer by Nevill Coghill), music by Richard Hill & John Hawkins, lyrics by Nevill Coghill, musical direction by Richard Parrinello, scenery designed by Derek Cousins, costumes designed by Loudon Sainthill, lighting designed by Neil Peter Jampolis, choreography by Tommy Tune, directed by James Hammerstein."
  • "Maintains the flavor, charm, and rhythm of the original version as it chronicles the stories of a group of travelers representing every aspect of medieval society on a pilgrimage to Canterbury, England."
  • "From the exuberant Wife of Bath's Arthurian legend to the Miller's worldly, ribald farce, this title includes tales which can be taken as a mirror of fourteenth-century London."@en
  • "A collection of twenty-four stories, all but two of which are in verse, related by members of a company of thirty-one pilgrims who are on their way to the shrine of St. Thomas at Canterbury in medievel times."@en
  • "A collection of twenty-four stories, all but two of which are in verse, related by members of a company of thirty-one pilgrims who are on their way to the shrine of St. Thomas at Canterbury in medievel times."
  • "Chaucer's work, which begins at the Tabard Inn in Southwark, England, where a group of pilgrims have assembled on their way to Canterbury. Harry Bailly, the innkeeper, suggests a contest: whoever tells the best tale will win a supper when they reach Canterbury."@en
  • "Classics. The Canterbury Tales tells the story of a group of 30 pilgrims who meet at the Tabard Inn in Southwark, and travel together to visit the shrine of St Thomas Becket in Canterbury cathedral. The tavern host, who accompanies them, suggests that they amuse one another along the way by telling stories."
  • "Tales told by a motley crowd of pilgrims as they journey for five days from Southwark to Canterbury. Drawn from all levels of society and all walks of life (from knight to nun, miller to monk), the pilgrims reveal a picture of English life in the fourteenth century."@en
  • "Lively, literate and often bawdy, Chaucer draws a picture of medieval English society, from the high class, the knight, to the lower orders, the plowman."@en
  • "This Web site offers visitors an electronic version of the text of The Canterbury tales by Geoffrey Chaucer. Written in Old English, the work is considered a English literature classic and studied in secondary school and college classrooms around the world. Visitors can read the tales (parts) in order or skip to a specific tale of their choice."@en
  • "The procession that crosses Chaucer's pages is as full of life and as richly textured as a medieval tapestry. The Knight, the Miller, the Friar, the Squire, the Prioress, the Wife of Bath, and others who make up the cast of characters -- including Chaucer himself -- are real people, with human emotions and weaknesses. When it is remembered that Chaucer wrote in English at a time when Latin was the standard literary language across western Europe, the magnitude of his achievement is even more remarkable. But Chaucer's genius needs no historical introduction; it bursts forth from every page of The Canterbury Tales."@en
  • "The procession that crosses Chaucer's pages is as full of life and as richly textured as a medieval tapestry. The Knight, the Miller, the Friar, the Squire, the Prioress, the Wife of Bath, and others who make up the cast of characters -- including Chaucer himself -- are real people, with human emotions and weaknesses. When it is remembered that Chaucer wrote in English at a time when Latin was the standard literary language across western Europe, the magnitude of his achievement is even more remarkable. But Chaucer's genius needs no historical introduction; it bursts forth from every page of The Canterbury Tales."
  • "To pass the long journey the pilgrims told each other stories: of magic and trickery, of animals with blazing eyes and firebrand tails, of two thousand men battling beore smoking walls, stories of Love and Death and the Devil. They wwere written down by a pilgrim named Geoffrey Chaucer and he called them the Canterbury tales."@en
  • "Pilgrims on their way to worship at the shrine of St. Thomas a Becket in Canterbury stop at the Tabard Inn. They represent a cross-section of medieval English society. To amuse themselves on their journey, they agree that each will tall a tale that really tells much about each individual. This is often called the first book of peotry written in English."@en
  • ""When a genial innkeeper suggests to a group of pilgrims bound for Canterbury that they tell each other stories to entertain themselves on the way, everyone agrees ! From the simple premise Chaucer created a medieval masterpiece. The prologue and five of the best-known stories are retold in modern English in this edition."--Publisher."@en
  • "Tales of pilgrimage from London to the shrine of St. Thomas Becket at Canterbury- a masterpiece of medieval English literature."
  • "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 Thomas a Becket in Canterbury, each character agrees to tell a tale. The twenty-four tales that follow are by turns learned, fantastic, pious, melancholy and lewd, and together offer an unrivalled glimpse into the mind and spirit of medieval England."@en
  • "A translation into modern English of the medieval poem about a group of travelers on a pilgrimage to Canterbury and the tales they tell each other."@en
  • "A group of pilgrims tell their stories on the way to Canterbury Cathedral."
  • ""With their astonishing diversity of tone and subject-matter, 'The Canterbury Tales' have become one of the touchstones of medieval literature. The tales are told by a motley crowd of pilgrims as they journey for five days from Southwark to Canterbury. Drawn from all levels of society and all walks of life (from knight to nun, miller to monk), the pilgrims reveal a picture of English life in the fourteenth century which is as robust as it is representative."--Back cover."
  • "The tales are told by a varied group of pilgrims as they journey for five days. The stories represent a picture of English life in the 14th century which is as robust as it is representative."@en
  • "The story of a group of thirty people who travel as pilgrims to Canterbury (England). The pilgrims, who come from all layers of society, tell stories to each other to pass the time on their journey to Canterbury."@en
  • "This enriched classic edition includes: An introduction that gives readers important background information; Critical analysis, including contemporary and modern perspectives on the work. -- Back Cover."
  • "Phoenix Theatre, By arrangement with Gerald Flint-Shipman, in association with Classic Presentations Ltd., Chanticleer Productions Ltd., present "Canterbury Tales," adapted from Chaucer, by Nevill Coghill and Martin Starkie, music by Richard Hill and John Hawkins, lyrics by Nevill Coghill, directed by Vlado Habunek, produced and co-directed by Martin Starkie, costumes by Loudon Sainthill, settings by Derek Cousins, lighting by Michael Northen, choreography by David Drew."@en
  • "Selections from Chaucer's great narrative poem about a group of pilgrims traveling to Canterbury telling each other stories along the way, in the original Middle English with translations into modern English on facing pages."@en
  • "Presents a reading in modern English verse of five of Chaucer's tales linked together with parts of the Prologue and the lively episodes between the tales."@en
  • "A modern English prose translation of this ageless title with a preface by Mark Van Doren."@en
  • "Chaucer's celebrated work begins at the Tabard Inn in Southwark, England, where a group of pilgrims has assembled on their way to Canterbury. The inkeeper suggests a contest: whoever tells the best tale "Shall have supper at our aller cost"."
  • "A collection of twenty-five stories, all but two of which are in verse, supposed to be related by members of a company of thirty-one pilgrims who are on their way to the shrine of St. Thomas at Canterbury."@en
  • ""This CD-ROM contains the first ever full-colour facsimiles of any copies of William Caxton's first and second editions of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, the first ever publication of the full text of any copy of the Caxton editions"--Container."@en
  • "A collection of twenty-four stories related by members of a company of 31 pilgrims who are on their way to the shrine of St. Thomas at Canterbury."@en
  • "Poetry."
  • "Morris A. Mechanic Theatre, Management Three Productions Ltd. and Frank Productions Inc. (by arrangement with Classic Presentations Limited) present "Canterbury Tales," starring George Rose, Hermione Braddeley, Martyn Green, with Roy Cooper, Ed Evanko, Sandy Duncan, Ann Gardner, Evelyn Page, Bruce Hyde, Edwin Steffe, Garnett Smith, Leon Shaw, Reid Shelton, Dick Ensslen, Bert Michaels, David Thomas, book by Matin Starkie & Nevill Coghill (based on a translation from Geoffrey Chaucer by Nevill Coghill), music by Richard Hill & John Hawkins, lyrics by Nevill Coghill, directed by Martin Starkie (after the original London Production), musical numbers and dances staged by Sammy Bayes, musical direction and vocal arrangements by Oscar Kosarin, scenery designed by Derek Cousins, lighting designed by Jules Fisher, costumes designed by Loudon Sainthill."
  • "ALively, absorbing, often outrageously funny, Chaucer's -- From the Paperback edition."@en
  • ""Lively, absorbing, often outrageously funny, Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales is a work of genius, an undisputed classic that has held a special appeal for each generation of readers. The Tales gathers twenty-nine of literature's most enduring (and endearing) characters in a vivid group portrait that captures the full spectrum of medieval society, from the exalted Knight to the humble Plowman. This new edition includes a comprehensive introduction that summarizes some of the most important historical events and movements that defined the world of Chaucer and his pilgrims; two additional tales (Reeve's and Shipman's); introductions for each tale designed to prepare the reader for a better understanding and enjoyment of the tale; newly written and conveniently placed explanatory notes; and a new, more easily understood system for learning to pronounce Chaucerian Middle English.""
  • "A collection of twenty-four stories, all but two of which are in verse, supposed to be related by members of a company of thirty-one pilgrims who are on their way to the shrine of St. Thomas at Canterbury."
  • "A collection of twenty-four stories, all but two of which are in verse, supposed to be related by members of a company of thirty-one pilgrims who are on their way to the shrine of St. Thomas at Canterbury."@en
  • "Contains a collection of twenty-three stories related by members of a company of thirty-one pilgrims who are on their way to the shrine of St. Thomas at Canterbury."@en
  • "Eleven tales adapted for young readers in prose. The stories are abridged and paraphrased."@en
  • "Beyond its importance as a literary work of unvarnished genius, Geoffrey Chaucer's unfinished epic poem is also one of the most beloved works in the English languageuand for good reason: It is lively, absorbing, perceptive, and outrageously funny. But despite the brilliance of Chaucer's work, the continual evolution of our language has rendered his words unfamiliar to many of us. Esteemed poet, translator, and scholar Burton Raffel's magnificent new unabridged translation brings Chaucer's poetry back to life, ensuring that none of the original's wit, wisdom, or humanity is lost to the modern reader. This Modern Library edition also features an Introduction by the widely influential medievalist and author John Miles Foley that discusses Chaucer's work as well as his life and times."
  • "This dual-language book provides the original Middle English text of Chaucer's poem and a Modern English translation on facing pages."@en
  • "Chaucer's work begins at the Tabard Inn in Southwark, England, where a group of pilgrims have assembled on their way to Canterbury. Harry Bailly, the innkeeper, suggests a contest: whoever tells the best tale will win a supper when they reach Canterbury."
  • "Chaucer's work begins at the Tabard Inn in Southwark, England, where a group of pilgrims have assembled on their way to Canterbury. Harry Bailly, the innkeeper, suggests a contest: whoever tells the best tale will win a supper when they reach Canterbury."@en
  • "Geoffrey Chaucer's fourteenth-century masterpiece The Canterbury Tales is such a rollicking good read that you'll forget many critics and scholars also regard it as one of the most important literary works in English. A group of pilgrims are traveling together to visit a holy shrine at the Canterbury Cathedral. Along the way, they decide to hold a storytelling contest to pass the time, with the winner to be awarded a lavish feast on the return trip ..."@en
  • "Edited and hosted by Michael Murphy, this reading is in modern English verse, and contains the General prologue and twelve major tales: the Knights tale, The miller's tale, The Reeve's tale, The wife of Bath's tale, The friar's tale, The."
  • "The Canterbury Tales is a collection of stories in a frame story, between 1387 and 1400. It is a story of a group of travelers on their way to England. The Pligrims, from all levels of society, tell each other stories, which make up the contents of this fabulous book."@en

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  • "A Six-Text Print of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales In Parallel Columns From the Following Mss: 1. the Ellesmere. 2. the Hengwrt 154. 3. the Cambridge Univ. Libr. Gg. 4.27. 4. the Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. 5. the Petworth. 6. the Lansdowne 851. Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall"@en
  • "Canterbury tales / rendered into modern English J.U. Nicolson ; with illustrations by Rockwell Kent, and an introduction by Gordon Hall Gerould"@en
  • "Canterbury Tales. Edited, with an introduction by A.C. Cawley. (Revised edition.)"@en
  • "Canterbury tales, rendered into modern English"
  • "Canterbury tales, rendered into modern English"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales a verse transl"
  • "The Canterbury tales an illustrated selection"@en
  • "Canterbury Tales"
  • "Canterbury Tales"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : translated into modern English [Penguin]"
  • "Canterbury tales : Spark notes"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales. (Poetical works of Geoffrey Chaucer from the text of Professor Skeat, v.3)"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales. Consisting of the Miller's tale, the Reeve's tale and selections from the Franklin's tale"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales = Die Canterbury-Erzählungen : Mittelenglisch/Deutsch"
  • "The Canterbury tales selected works with related readings"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : a new text"@en
  • "Canterbury tales / Geoffrey Chaucer; With an introduction by Derek Pearsall; Edited by A. C. Cawley"
  • "Chaucer, the Canterbury tales : a modern prose rendering"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales [compact disc]"
  • "The Ellesmere MS. of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall. (Ellesmere appendix of pieces and cuts not in the Ellesmere MS.)"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : fifteen tales and the general prologue : authoritative texts, sources and backgroungs, criticism"
  • "Canterbury Tales : Chaucer for present-day readers"
  • "The Canterbury Tales. A new text, with illustrative notes, edited by Thomas Wright"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales from the text of W.W. Skeat, with a note on the language and metre and a glossary"@en
  • "The Lansdowne ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"@en
  • "The Ellesmere ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales"
  • "Canterbury Tales from the text of W.W. Skeat"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : study guide"@en
  • "Canterbury Tales. Rendered into modern English by J.U. Nicolson. With illustrations by Rockwell Kent and an introduction by Gendon Hall Gerould. [With plates.]"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales ... From the text, and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt, condensed and arranged under the text. Illustrated by Edward Corbould"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales. From the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt"@en
  • "Canterbury tales : Coles notes"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : mittelengl.-dt"
  • "Caxton's Canterbury tales the British Library copies"@en
  • "The Petworth MS of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
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  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : a selection ; with introduction and notes by Daniel Cook"@en
  • "The Ellesmere MS. of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales"
  • "The Ellesmere ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "The Ellesmere ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"@en
  • "Canterbury tales : [selections]"@en
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  • "The Canterbury tales : from the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt : condensed and arranged under the text"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer. A new text with illustrative notes"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer. A new text with illustrative notes"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales"@en
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  • "The Canterbury tales : a verse translation"@en
  • "Canterbury tales : the prologue & Man of law's tale"@en
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  • "The canterbury tales : translated into modern english by nevill coghill"
  • "The canterbury tales : With a note on the language and metre and a glossary"
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  • "The canterbury tales [computer disc]"@en
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  • "The Canterbury tales, from the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt, condensed and arranged under the text"
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  • "Petworth M.S. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
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  • "The Canterbury tales = 坎特伯雷故事"
  • "Canterbury tales. Tales of Caunterbury"@en
  • "Canterbury tales Chaucer for present-day readers"@en
  • "Die Canterbury-tales [The Canterbury tales, dt.]"
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  • "The Canterbury Tales ... done into modern English verse by Frank Ernest Hill and newly revised for this edition: with miniatures by Arthur Szyk"@en
  • "Canterbury tales. With an introd., notes, and a glossary by John Matthews Manly"@en
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  • "The Canterbury Tales"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales"@ca
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  • "The Canterbury tales the new Ellesmere Chaucer monochromatic facsimile (of Huntington Library MS EL 26 C 9)"
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  • "The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer"
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  • "The canterbury tales introd. by louis untermeyer"
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  • "Canterbury tales. Edited with an introduction by A.C. Cawley"@en
  • "Canterbury Tales : a New Text, with Illustrative Notes"
  • "Canterbury tales : rendered into modern English"@en
  • "The Harleian ms. 7334 of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
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  • "The Petworth MS. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"@en
  • "[A leaf from Chaucer's Canterbury tales, printed at Westminster, 1478, by William Caxton : end of Frankeleyn's tale, beginning of second nun's tale]"
  • "Canterbury tales"@en
  • "Canterbury tales"
  • "The Canterbury tales : an illustrated selection rendered into modern English"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales ... With wood engravings by Eric Gill"@en
  • "... Canterbury tales, rendered into modern English"@en
  • "The canterbury tales"
  • "The canterbury tales"@en
  • "The canterbury tales"@es
  • "Canterbury tales rendered into modern English ... : with illustrations ... and an introduction"@en
  • "The Lansdowne ms of Chaucer's Canterury tales"
  • "The Lansdowne ms of Chaucer's Canterury tales"@en
  • "The Petworth ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"@en
  • "The Petworth ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "[Canterbury tales]"
  • "[Canterbury tales]"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : an ill. selection"
  • "The Canterbury tales : From the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt. Condensed and arranged under the text"
  • "The Canterbury tales : translated into modern English by Nevill Coghill. Woodcuts by Edna Whyte"@en
  • "Canterbury tales : Cliffs notes"@en
  • "Ellesmere Ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
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  • "Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer"@en
  • "Lansdowne M.S. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
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  • "The Canterbury tales : a new modern English prose translation"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales, by Geoffrey Chaucer"
  • "The Canterbury tales : translated into modern English by Nevill Coghill"@en
  • "Canterbury tales [computer disc]"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer. A new modern English prose translation by R.M. Lumiansky, etc. (2nd printing.)"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales; done into modern verse by Frank Ernest Hill and newly revised for this edition. With miniatures by Arthur Szyk"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales. Selected and adapted by A. Kent and Constance Hieatt"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : a selection"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : a selection"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : fifteen tales and the general prologue ; authoritative text sources and backgrounds criticism"
  • "The Ellesmere ms of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "The Ellesmere ms of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"@en
  • "The Ellesmere MS of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "The Ellesmere MS of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales ... From the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt, condensed and arranged under the text. A new edition. [Edited by Thomas A.W. Buckley.] Illustrated by Edward Corbould"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer; a new modern English prose translation by R.M. Lumiansky, together with the original Middle English text of The general prologue and the nun's priest's tale"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer; a new modern English prose translation by R.M. Lumiansky, together with the original Middle English text of The general prologue and the nun's priest's tale"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : a modern prose rendering"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : together with the original Middle English text of the General prologue and the Nun's priest's tale"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales = Kantebolei gu shi"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales"@it
  • "The Canterbury tales"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales"
  • "The Canterbury tales"@es
  • "The Canterbury tales = Die Canterbury-erzählungen"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales = Die Canterbury-Erzählungen : mittelenglisch/deutsch"
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Reprinted from the Globe edition. Edited by A.W. Pollard"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales = Canterbury Erzählungen : mittelenglisch-deutsch"
  • "The Canterbury tales [selection]"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales ... From the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt condensed and arranged under the text"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales; translated into modern English prose, by R.M. Lumiansky"@en
  • "Canterbury tales ... [etc.]"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer, selected and adapted by a Kent Hieatt and Constance Hieatt. Illustrated by Gustaf Tenggren. With an introd. by Mark Van Doren"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales Buch. / [Ill.: Giovanni Manna]"
  • "Canterbury Tales. Chaucer for present-day readers, prepared by H.L. Hitchins ... Illustrated by Laurie Tayler"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales from the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt : condensed and arranged under the text"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales : an Illustrated Selection"
  • "Canterbury tales, a selective version"
  • "The Canterbury tales : with a note on the language and metre and a glossary"
  • "The Canterbury tales : Translated into modern Engl"
  • "Canterbury tales : chaucer for present-day readers"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales, Translated into modern English by Nevill Coghill"
  • "Canterbury tales. (English & English (Middle English))"@en
  • "The Hengwrt ms of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "Canterbury tales = Tales of Canterbury"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales = Los cuentos de Canterbury"
  • "The Ellesmere Ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall"@en
  • "Canterbury tales, by Geoffrey Chaucer"@en
  • "[The Canterbury Tales. A new text, with illustrative notes, edited by Thomas Wright.]"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales, by Geoffrey Chaucer, from the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt... A new edition"
  • "The Petworth MS"
  • "Supplementary Canterbury Tales. I. The Tale of Beryn, with a prologue of the merry adventure of the Pardoner ... Re-edited from the Duke of Northumberland's unique MS., by F.J. Furnivall ... and W.G. Stone. With English abstract of French original and Asiatic versions of the tale, by W.A. Clouston ; [with] plans of Canterbury in 1588, etc"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : fifteen tales and the general prologue : authoritative texts, sources and backgrounds, criticism"
  • "Canterbury tales : [One single leaf]"@en
  • "Canterbury tales : (by) geoffrey chaucer. Rendered into modern english by J.U. Nicolson. With ill. by rockwell kent and an introd. by gordon hall gerould"
  • "Die "Canterbury Tales""
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  • "Canterbury tales rendered into modern English J.U. Nicolson ; with illustrations by Rockwell Kent, and an introduction by Gordon Hall Gerould"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : a verse translation with an introd. and notes"
  • "The Canterbury tales : From the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt condensed and arranged under the text"
  • "A six-text print of Chaucer's Canterbury tales in parallel columns from the following mss: 1. The Ellesmere : 2. The Hengwrt 154 : 3. The Cambridge Univ. Libr. Gg. 4.27 : 4. The Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford : 5. The Petworth : 6. The Lansdowne 851"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : A new modern English prose"
  • "The Canterbury tales : a selection"
  • "[A leaf from Chaucer's Canterbury tales, printed at Westminster, 1478, by William Caxton : the reeve's tale.]"
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. [Consisting of the Miller's Tale, the Reeve's Tale and selections from the Franklin's Tale, rendered into modern English verse by R. Horne; and the Friar's Tale and Squire's Tale, modernized by Leigh Hunt. Together with an extract from Troilus and Cressida, and the Cuckoo and the Nightingale, by W. Wordsworth, and selections from the Flower and the Leaf, by Thomas Powell.]"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales translated into modern English prose"@en
  • "Canterbury tales : rendered into modern English by J.U. Nicolson"
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales : annotated and accented, with illustrations of English life in Chaucer's time"@en
  • "Canterbury Tales: Chaucer for present-day readers"
  • "The Canterbury Tales : [facs. of the Caxton ed. 1484]"
  • "The Canterbury tales : an illustrated selection"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : an illustrated selection"
  • "The Ellesmere MS"
  • "The Canterbury tales : a new modern English prose translation by R.M. Lumiansky. Preface by Mark Van Doren. Illustrations by H. Lawrence Hoffman"@en
  • "Canterbury tales. Chaucer for present-day readers"@en
  • "Canterbury tales ... for present-day readers"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : together with the original Middle English text of The general prologue and The nun's priest's tale"
  • "[Canterbury Tales]"
  • "The Canterbury Tales. A modern prose rendering by David Wright. [Not including the Tale of Melibeus or the Parson's tale.]"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : the new Ellesmere Chaucer monochromatic facsimile (of Huntington Library MS EL 26 C 9)"
  • "The poetical works : from the text of Prof. Skeat. 3, The Canterbury tales"
  • "CANTERBURY TALES"@en
  • "CANTERBURY TALES"
  • "The Canterbury tales to which are added an essay upon his language and versification, an introductory discourse, and notes"
  • "Canterbury Tales: Tales of Caunterbury. Edited by A. Kent Hieatt and Constance Hieatt. Selected, with translations, a critical introduction, and notes by the editors"@en
  • "The Landowne ms of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "The Canterbury tales : from the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt, condensed and arranged under the text"@en
  • "Die Canterbury tales"
  • "The Canterbury tales [The Canterbury tales. selections]"@en
  • "Canterbury tales; a new text with illustrative notes"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : ed. by Walter W. Skeat"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : a new text with illustrative notes"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales From the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt"@en
  • "Canterbury Tales / a Bantam Dual-Language Book"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer, selected and ed. by Edwin Johnston Howard [and] Gordon Donley Wilson"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : From the text of W.W. Skeat. With a note on the language and metre and a glossary"
  • "The Lansdowne ms of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "The Lansdowne ms of Chaucer's Canterbury tales"@en
  • "Canterbury tales : Chaucer for present-day readers"@en
  • "Canterbury tales : Chaucer for present-day readers"
  • "Canterbury Tales. Edited, with an introduction by A. C. Cawley. (Revised edition.)"
  • "Canterbury tales : Barron's book notes"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : a new modern English prose translation"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : a new modern English prose translation"@en
  • "Canterbury tales : Geoffrey Chaucer"@en
  • "Canterbury tales : Geoffrey Chaucer"
  • "Canterbury tales: Chaucer for present-day readers"
  • "[The Canterbury tales]"@en
  • "[The Canterbury tales]"
  • "[A leaf from Chaucer's Canterbury tales, printed at Westminster, 1478, by William Caxton : the parson's tale.]"
  • "The Canterbury Tales from the text of W W Skeat"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales; translated into modern English prose"
  • "The Canterbury tales; translated into modern English prose"@en
  • "Canterbury Tales for present day readers, prepared by H.L. Hitchins illustrated by Laurie Tayler /Chaucer, Geoffrey"
  • "wHan that Apprill with his shouris sote and the droughte of marche hath p[er]cid e rote"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer"
  • "Canterbury tales. Edited by A.C. Cawley"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales; from the text and with the notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt, candensed and arranged under the text"@en
  • "A variorum edition of the works of Geoffrey Chaucer, volume II. The Canterbury tales"
  • "WHan that Apprill with his shouris sote and the droughte of marche hath p[er]cid þe rote"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales. Translated into modern English, by Nevill Coghill"
  • "The Canterbury Tales. Translated into modern English, by Nevill Coghill"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : Condensed and arranged under the text"
  • "The Petworth MS. of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall. (Petworth MS. appendix of sections, woodcuts, etc., not in the Petworth MS.)"@en
  • "Canterbury Tales : compact disc pack"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales = Die Canterbury-Erzählungen : Mittelenglisch/Deutsch"
  • "The Canterbury tales : fifteen tales and the general prologue"
  • "Die Canterbury Tales"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : illustrated after drawings by W. Russell Flint"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales [Ausz.]"
  • "Canterbury Tales ... Prepared by H.L. Hitchins, etc. (New enlarged edition, with addition of The Shipman's Tale, The Wife of Bath's Tale, and The Friar's Tale.)"@en
  • "Canterbury tales : With an introduction, notes and a glossary"
  • "A glossarial database of Middle English. Canterbury tales"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales a new text, with illustrative notes"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : Translated into Modern English"
  • "Die Canterbury Tales [dt.]"
  • "The Canterbury tales : From the text of W.W. Skeat, with a note on the language and metre and a glossary"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : a new text"@en
  • "The Cantebury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer: a new modern English prose translation"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer : A new text with illustrative notes"

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