The reliquary used to transport Beckett's remains
A candle marks the original location of Beckett's Shrine (Canterbury Cathedral photo)
Performance poet Patience Agbabi's "21st Century Remix" of The Canterbury Tales will be published by Canongate in April 2013 Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/Bloomberg/Getty
The Wife of Bath has so successfully occupied the popular imagination she even has a rose named after her (as well as pubs, restaurants, china, tea towels, figurines and countless paintings and illustrations...)
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Chaucer enjoyed the Patronage of John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster who by his third wife, was Chaucer's brother-in-law.
Illuminated manuscript image of Geoffrey Chaucer as a Pilgrim
Chaucer's Tomb in Poets' Corner, Westminster Abbey
January 2014: Gary Lagden from Tangere Arts plays the slippery Pardoner, with musicians Hannah Marshall and Christopher Preece in the background. Photograph: Manuel Harlan
Detail of an illuminated edition of The Canterbury Tales from The British Library