THE CANTERBURY TALES (GROUP A)
Translated by Joe Clunes
GROUP A, the bawdiest of the nine Groups, presented here in the original Middle English and adapted into definable spelling, includes the tales of the Knight, the Miller, the Reeve, and the Cook.
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Eke = also; Holt = a small piece of woodland or a woody hill; Palmer = a pilgrim who had been to the Holy Land and who brought back a palm branch in signification; Strand = a shore or beach; Wend = to pursue one's way...