The Canterbury Tales
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The Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer. Revised version of http://ota.ox.ac.uk/id/1678 . The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer / edited by F.N. Robinson Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400 Robinson, F. N. (Fred Norris), 1871-1966 2nd. ed. xliv, 1002 p. :  leaf of plates ; 1 port. ; 25 cm. Oxford University Press London Copy consulted for transcription: Bodleian Library, 27976 d.135 = A4.783 1957
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What a wonderful gem I have found!
The tales in all its old english glory! Absolutely spectacular! But not for the faint of heart or those without a knowledge of German and old english.
For School work
I had to use this book for school my senior year of high school. It really cut down on how much weight that was carried to and from my classes, locker, and home.
The only thing I don't like about it is the spelling. Its confusing because its spelled like the word sounds. For example, the word KING is spelled KYNG. It takes a while to figure out what the book says, but its worth it.
I was reading some of this at school (I am 12) and we saw a movie. I haven't read this book yet but I know it will be good.