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Canterbury tales. The prologue & nun's priest's tale

Computer version of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, plus DOS applications.

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  • "Canterbury tales. Spanish"
  • "Knight's tale"@en
  • "Knight's tale"
  • "Knight's tale"@pl
  • "Canterbury Tales"
  • "Bataille to darreyne, as I yow tolde"
  • "Très riches heures"
  • "I am, thou woost, yet of thy companye"
  • "Canterbury tales"@en
  • "Canterbury tales"
  • "Palamon and Arcite"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales"
  • "Everich after his opinioun"
  • "Dryden's Palamon and Arcite"@en
  • "Thencens, the clothes, and the remenant al"

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  • "An illustrated retelling of Geoffrey Chaucer's famous work in which a group of pilgrims in fourteenth-century England tell each other stories as they travel on a pilgrimage to the cathedral at Canterbury."
  • "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 innkeeper suggests a contest, that who ever can tell the best tale will be bought supper at this same inn on the return from Canterbury."
  • "One spring day, the Narrator of The Canterbury Tales rents a room at the Tabard Inn before he recommences his journey to Canterbury. That evening, a group of people arrive at the inn, all of whom are also going to Canterbury to receive the blessings of "the holy blissful martyr," St. Thomas à Becket. Calling themselves "pilgrims" because of their destination, they accept the Narrator into their company. The Narrator describes his newfound traveling companions."
  • "Computer version of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, plus DOS applications."@en
  • "A group of pilgrims tell their stories on the way to Canterbury Cathedral."
  • "Spanish translation of the Canterbury Tales."
  • "Contains modern, Middle English and facsimile texts of the entire frame story, complete with character descriptions and a guide to Middle English pronunciation. Also includes interviews with Chaucerian scholars Dr. Christiania Whitehead, and Dr. Peter Mack, video clips of key scenes, modern and classical literary criticism, and teacher notes that include activities and assignments."@en
  • "Part of a series of literature guides designed for GCSE coursework requirements, this book contains - author details, background to the work, summaries of the text, critical commentaries, analysis of characterization, and sample questions with guideline answers."@en
  • "A transcription of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, apparently from the edition of F. N. Robinson. The text is in all caps, with punctuation but with capital letters not distinguished. Each line carries location information: a sequence number (columns 1-5), a 'group number' (columns 6 to 7) from 01 to 10, a 'subgroup number' from 01 to 03 (columns 8 to 9), a line number corresponding to that in Robinson (columns 10 to 14) and a subline number (column 15) to distinguish lines with the same number in Robinson (given there as 123a, 123b, etc.). The text begins in column 18. The file CHAUCER.LIST describes the data format and provides the first and last line numbers for the subdivisions of the tales."@en
  • "Este ebook presenta "Los cuentos de Canterbury" con un sumario din©Łmico y detallado.Geoffrey Chaucer escribi©đ, a finales del siglo XIV, una recopilaci©đn de relatos en verso titulados Cuentos de Canterbury, que reflejan una gran influencia de Boccaccio ya que, como en El Decamer©đn, hay un hilo argumental: un grupo de personajes representativos de la Inglaterra de la ©♭poca -un caballero, un estudiante, una monja, un campesino rico, un fraile, un mercader, etc.- peregrinan juntos desde Londres al santuario de Santo Tom©Łs de Canterbury, y para amenizar el viaje, relatan historias. La procedencia de los cuentos es variada y hay ejemplos de todas las tradiciones art©Ưsticas medievales. El estilo que presentan los relatos consigui©đ que la lengua inglesa se afianzara como una importante lengua literaria.Geoffrey Chaucer (c. 1343 - 1400), fue un escritor, fil©đsofo, diplom©Łtico y poeta ingl©♭s, conocido sobre todo por ser autor de los Cuentos de Canterbury. Tambi©♭n alcanz©đ fama durante su vida como alquimista. Est©Ł considerado como el poeta ingl©♭s m©Łs importante de la Edad Media y fue el primero sepultado en el Rinc©đn de los poetas de la Abad©Ưa de Westminster."

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  • "Poems"
  • "Illustrated works"
  • "Readers"
  • "Tekstuitgave"
  • "Online resources"@en
  • "Early works"@en
  • "Poezja angielska"
  • "Poezja angielska"@pl
  • "Lyrik"
  • "Specimens"
  • "Gedichten (teksten)"
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Translations"
  • "Translations"@en
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  • "Poetry"@es
  • "Poetry"@en
  • "Poetry"
  • "Software"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"@en
  • "Wood-engravings (Prints)"
  • "Cuentos medievales"
  • "Cuentos medievales"@es
  • "Adaptations"
  • "Verhalend proza"
  • "Glossaries, vocabularies, etc"@en
  • "Bibliography"
  • "Poëzie"
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Electronic books"@en

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  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer : in the original from the most authentic manuscripts : and as they are turn'd into modern language by several eminent hands ; with references to authors, ancient and modern ; various readings and explanatory notes"
  • "Los cuentos de Canterbury : (selección)"@es
  • "Los cuentos de Canterbury : (selección)"
  • "The knight's tale [pages 79-80]"
  • "Canterbury tales. The prologue & nun's priest's tale"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales : the knight's tale"
  • "Canterbury-Erzählungen"
  • "The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer"
  • "Canterbury-Erzählungen. Canterbury tales"
  • "Opowieść Rycerza"@pl
  • "The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer. To which are added an essay on his language and versification and an introductory discourse, together with notes and a glossary by Thomas Tyrwhitt ... With memoir and critical dissertations [by George Gilfillan]. The text edited by Charles Cowden Clarke"@en
  • "Los cuentos de Canterbury = The Canterbury Tales"
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales. The knight's tale / ed. with introd. and notes by Alfred W. Pollard"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer to which are added, an essay upon his language and versification ; an introductory discourse ; and notes"@en
  • "Palamon and Arcite, ed"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer, : in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts; and as they are turn'd into modern language by Mr. Dryden, Mr. Pope, and other eminent hands. With references to authors, ancient and modern; various readings, and explanatory notes"@en
  • "Canterbury tales; the Knight's tale"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales:the knight's tale"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales, completed in a modern version. [Edited and translated by W. Lipscomb]"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer, in the original from the most authentic manuscripts"@en
  • "The knight's tale from the Canterbury tales"
  • "The knight's tale from the Canterbury tales"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer : in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts and as they are turn'd into modern language ; with references ... and explanatory notes"
  • "The Knight's Tale"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts; and as they are turn'd into modern language by Mr. Dryden, Mr. Pope, and other eminent hands"
  • "The canterbury Tales"@en
  • "Canterbury"
  • "Canterbury"@en
  • "Los Cuentos de Canterbury"
  • "The knight's tale : from the Canterbury tales ; with an introduction, notes and glossary"
  • "Canterbury tales"@en
  • "Canterbury tales"
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales the Knight's tale"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales : The knight's tale"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer : in the Original, from the most authentic manuscripts : and as they are turn'd into modern language by several eminent hands"
  • "Cuentos de Canterbury; con un estudio preliminar y bibliografía seicccionada por dona M. Teresa Sucro Roca"
  • "Canterbury tales of chaucer"
  • "The Knight's tale : from the Canterbury tales"@en
  • "Opowieść rycerza"
  • "Palamon and Arcite"
  • "Palamon and Arcite"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts ; and as they are turn'd into modern language by Mr. Dryden, Mr. Pope, and other eminent hands"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts ; and as they are turn'd into modern language by Mr. Dryden, Mr. Pope, and other eminent hands"@en
  • "Canterbury Erzählungen"@en
  • "Canterbury Erzählungen"
  • "Palamon and Arcite ; edited with notes and critical suggestions"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer : to which are added an essay upon his language and versification, an introductory discourse, and notes"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer : to which are added an essay upon his language and versification, an introductory discourse, and notes"@en
  • "Palamon and Arcite, or, The Knight's tale from Chaucer"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales"
  • "The canterbury tales of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts ; and as they are turn'd into modern language by Mr. Dryden, Mr. Pope, and other eminent hands. With References to Authors, Ancient and Modern ; Various Readings, and Explanatory Notes"@en
  • "The canterbury tales of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts ; and as they are turn'd into modern language by Mr. Dryden, Mr. Pope, and other eminent hands. With References to Authors, Ancient and Modern ; Various Readings, and Explanatory Notes"
  • "The knight's tale : from the Cantyenbury tales"
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales. The knight's tale"
  • "The knight's tale, from the Canterbury tales"
  • "The Canterbury tales : of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts ; and as they are turn'd into modern language by several eminent hands"@en
  • "Chaucer's canterbury tales - the knight's tale"@en
  • "Canterbury tales the Knight's tale"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer ; completed in a modern version"@en
  • "Cuentos de canterbury"@es
  • "Cuentos de canterbury"
  • "The Canterbury tales : of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts ; and as they are turn'd into modern language by Mr. Dryden, Mr. Pope, and other eminent hands"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales, to which are added an essay upon his language and versification, an introductory discourse, and notes"
  • "The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts; and as they are turn'd into modern language by Mr. Dryden, Mr. Pope, and other eminent hands. With references to authors, ancient and modern; various readings, and explanatory notes. [The Prologue and Knight's Tale only. Edited by Thomas Morell.]"@en
  • "Palamon and Arcite or, The knight's tale, from Chaucer"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer: to which are added an essay upon his language and versification, an introductory discourse, and notes"
  • "The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer. To which are added, An essay upon his language and versification; An introductory discourse; and notes... [Edited by T. Tyrwhitt.] [Vol. V. Containing a glossary.]"@en
  • "Die Canterbury-Erzählungen : vollständige Ausgabe"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts ; and as they are turn'd into modern language by several eminent hands"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts ; and as they are turn'd into modern language by several eminent hands"@en
  • "Palamon and Arcite and other Poems"
  • "Die Canterbury-erzählungen"
  • "Cuentos de Canterbury [de] Chaucer"
  • "Canterbury tales : the prologue & nun's priest's tale"
  • "[John Dryden's] Palamon and Arcite"@en
  • "The knight's tale : from the Canterbury tales"@en
  • "The knight's tale : from the Canterbury tales"
  • "Palamon and Arcite : or, The knight's tale, from Chaucer"
  • "The Canterbury tales : to which are added an essay upon his language and versification, an introductory discourse, and notes"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer in the original from the most authentic manuscripts and as they are turn'd into modern language"@en
  • "The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer : in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts : and as they are turn'd into modern language by several eminent hands"
  • "Canterbury tales : intermixt with pleasant stories, witty jests and delightful songs very proper for either city, town, or country with an epistle dedicated to the bakers, smiths and millers by Chaucer junior"
  • "The Canterbury tales : of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts; and as they are turn'd into modern language by several eminent hands"
  • "Canterbury tales the knight's tale. Edited with introd. and notes by Alfred W. Pollard"@en
  • "Canterbury tales: the knight's tale"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales : of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts; and as they are turn'd into modern language by Mr. Dryden, Mr. Pope, and other eminent hands"
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales : the knight's tale"
  • "Canterbury tales: The knight's tale. Edited with introd. and notes by Alfred W. Pollard"@en
  • "Canterbury tales: Knight's tale"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales : the Knight's tale"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales : The Knight's tale"@en
  • "Brodie's notes on Chaucer's The knight's tale"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales"
  • "The Canterbury tales"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales"@ja
  • "The knight's tale [from the Canterbury tales]"@en
  • "Canterbury Tales of Chaucer"@en
  • "The Knight's tale from the Canterbury tales... d"
  • "Los cuentos de Canterbury"@es
  • "Los cuentos de Canterbury"
  • "Canterbury Tales"
  • "Canterbury Tales"@en
  • "The knight's tale : with an introduction, notes and glossary"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer : To whcih are added, and essay on his language and vertification, and an introductory discourse, together with notes and a glossary"@en
  • "The knight's tale : With an introd., notes and glossary"
  • "The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer, : in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts"
  • "Knight's tale"@en
  • "The canterbury tales of Chaucer : to which are added, an essay upon his language and versification ; an introductory discourse ; and notes"@en
  • "The knight's tale"
  • "The knight's tale"@en
  • "Cuentos de Canterbury"
  • "Cuentos de Canterbury"@es
  • "Cuentos de Canterbury"@en
  • "The knightʹs tale from the Canterbury tales"
  • "Die Canterbury-Erzählungen = [The Canterbury Tales] : Mittelenglisch und Deutsch"
  • "The Knight's Tale. Edited with introduction, notes, glossary and questions by F. W. Robinson"@en
  • "The Knight's tale, from the Canterbury tales"@en
  • "The Knight's tale, from the Canterbury tales"
  • "The canterbury tales of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts ; and as they are turn'd into modern language by several eminent hands. With References to Authors, Ancient and Modern ; Various Readings, and Explanatory Notes"
  • "The canterbury tales of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts ; and as they are turn'd into modern language by several eminent hands. With References to Authors, Ancient and Modern ; Various Readings, and Explanatory Notes"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. The Knight's Tale. Edited, with introduction and notes, by A.W. Pollard"@en
  • "The knight's tale [pages 73-74]"
  • "Canterbury tales intermixt with pleasant stories, witty jests and delightful songs very proper for either city, town, or country with an epistle dedicated to the bakers, smiths and millers by Chaucer junior"@en
  • "The Knight's Tale. Edited with introduction, notes, glossary and questions by F.W. Robinson"@en
  • "Chaucer : the knight's tale"@en
  • "The Knight's tale from the Canterbury Tales"
  • "Cuentos de Canterbury : con un estudio preliminar y bibliografía seleccionada por dona [Dona] Caridad Oriol"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer to which are added an essay upon his language and versification"@en
  • "Canterbury-erzählungen"
  • "The knight's tale : from The Canterbury Tales"
  • "The Knights tale"
  • "The Knight's tale"
  • "The Knight's tale"@en
  • "The knight's tale, from The Canterbury tales"
  • "A knight's tale"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer, in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts; and as they are turn'd into modern language by several eminent hands"
  • "Los cuentos de Canterbury : selección"@es
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer : completed in a modern version. In three volumes"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. The Knight's Tale. Edited, with introduction and notes, by A. W. Pollard"
  • "The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer completed in a Modern Version. [The version is that of the selected tales edited by John Ogle in 1741, with additions by William Lipscomb.]"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer completed in a modern version"@en
  • "The knight's tale. [Sound recording]"@en
  • "Los cuentos de Canterbury = The Canterbury tales"
  • "The Knight's tale : From the cantorbury tales"
  • "Die Canterbury-Erzählungen"
  • "[Canterbury tales]"@en
  • "Canterbury-Erzählungen. : Übers. mit Einleitungen und Anmerkungen begleitet, von Eduard Fiedler"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer"@en
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer, : completed in a modern version"@en
  • "Canterbury-Erzählungen : mit 26 farb. Taf"
  • "Palamon and Arcite; or, the Knight's tale from Chaucer"@en
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales... / [II], The Knight's tale"
  • "Chaucer's Canterbury tales : the Knight's tale"@en
  • "The Knight's Tale. Edited by J.A.W. Bennett"@en
  • "The knight's tale : from, The Canterbury tales"@en
  • "The knight's tale : from, The Canterbury tales"
  • "The Canterbury tales of Chaucer, : in the original, from the most authentic manuscripts; and as they are turn'd into modern language"@en
  • "Canterbury tales of chaucer. to which are added an essay on his language and"
  • "Canterbury tales composed for the entertainment of all ingenious young men and maids"@en

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