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Geoffrey Chaucer (c. 1340-1400)
Geoffrey Chaucer is often dubbed the father of English literature, and his 'The Canterbury Tales' remains one of the most famous works in world literature. Born in London, Chaucer had an interesting life - being a courtier, a diplomat, a civil servant, and being employed by English kings Edward III and Richard II. He was also taken prisoner during the Hundred Years War.

Geoffrey Chaucer's Major Works
Translation Of Roman de la Rose
The Book Of The Duchess
The House Of Fame
Anelida And Arcite
Parlement Of Foules
Translation Of Boethius' Consolation Of Philosophy As Boece
Troilus And Criseyde
The Legend Of Good Women
The Canterbury Tales
Treatise On The Astrolabe
Short poems
Chaucers Wordes Unto Adam, His Owne Scriveyn
The Complaint Unto Pity
The Complaint Of Chaucer To His Purse
The Complaint Of Mars
The Complaint Of Venus
A Complaint To His Lady
The Former Age
Lak Of Stedfastnesse
Lenvoy de Chaucer a Scogan
Lenvoy de Chaucer a Bukton
To Rosemounde
Womanly Noblesse

- Paul Rance/

The Canterbury Tales (Penguin Popular Classics) The Canterbury Tales (Penguin Popular Classics)
~Geoffrey Chaucer
Penguin Books Ltd
Paperback - February 29, 1996
The "Miller's Tale" (TY Advanced Lit Guides) The "Miller's Tale" (TY Advanced Lit Guides)
~Pauline Sidey
Teach Yourself
Paperback - August 31, 2001
GEOFFREY CHAUCER BOOKS available from - in association with
Product photo The Canterbury Tales (Penguin Classics)
Geoffrey Chaucer
Product photo Chaucer Glossary
Norman Davis



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