The Canterbury Tales
An ilustrated 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.
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The journey begins
The Knights tale of Chivalry and Rivalry
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