A group of pilgrims recount chivalric romances, bawdy tales, fables, legends, and more. Noble, coarse, jolly, and pious, their stories are translated into modern English verse by J. U. Nicolson.A friar will always interfere, mark you. Behold ... said the friar, aNow by my faith I will, before I go, Tcll ofa summoner such a tale, or so, That all the folk shall laugh whoa#39;re in this place. ... HERE THE WIFE OF BATH ENDS HER PROLOGUE 4.
|Title||:||The Canterbury Tales|
|Author||:||Geoffrey Chaucer, John Urban Nicolson|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 2015-02-18|