Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Barron's Educational Series, 1984 - Literary Criticism - 122 pages
Plot synopsis of this classic is made meaningful with analysis and quotes by noted literary critics, summaries of the work's main themes and characters, a sketch of the author's life and times, a bibliography, suggested test questions, and ideas for essays and term papers.
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