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The Knight from the Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales video lecture part 2 (Wife of Bath and Knight's Tale)

Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales ~ British Library

This manuscript of ‘The Canterbury Tales’ describes the pilgrims who assembled in Southwark. References to the capital in the Tales are plentiful, including the Prioress, whose suspect French was learnt in the 'scole of Stratford atte Bowe'. Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales, early 15th century, Lansdowne MS 851 © The British Library Board

The Canterbury Tales - by Geoffrey Chacer - (A Knight's Tale) featuring a line quoted by Matthew "The forest has eyes, and the woods have ears: therefore I will see, be silent, and hear."

Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales, 14th century ~ British Library #illumination

Canterbury Tales - Wife of Bath's Tale Activity Pack, Quiz, Summary FREE!