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THE CANTERBURY TALES

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Burton Raffel has made two key decisions in his rendition of Chaucer's greatest work. While most editions stick to the half-dozen or so best-known stories—the raunchy "Miller's Tale" and the proto-feminist "Wife of Bath's Tale" being the most popular with contemporary readers—Raffel offers modern English versions of even such unfinished fragments as "The Squire's Tale" and such often-skipped ... Read full review

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Review: The Canterbury Tales

User Review  - Cynthia Garza - Goodreads

Read this in high school. I found the characterizations splendid. Read full review

Review: The Canterbury Tales

User Review  - Sandra - Goodreads

Bought this book 15th jan 15. It's a tomb I read in school44 years ago. I need to reread this to see what its about. I remember that I enjoyed what I studied of it. but that it was too laborious for me at 16. Read full review

Review: The Canterbury Tales

User Review  - Kim Stoffel - Goodreads

One of my favorites, that was until I found out that it was never finished. Read full review

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