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Chaucer's Tale: 1386 and the Road to Canterbury - Paul Strohm
Call Number: B CHAUCER
ISBN: 9780670026432
Publication Date: 2014
Most people remember having to study The Canterbury Tales in high school and most found it to be difficult, especially in the Old English. However, Strohm's new book is an enlightening work about Chaucer and the times in which he lived.

In 1386, Chaucer was broken by his association with King Richard II's circle of friends and politicians and was forced into exile in the countryside south of London. Luckily, for the literary world, this is when he wrote the Canterbury Tales. You can see Chaucer's world of the late 14th century England and various friends and enemies he encountered as they became the pilgrims on their way to Canterbury. This book is a fascinating and wonderful way to relearn the joy of Chaucer's life and work.

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