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Winter 2013 cohort member Vone's video on "The Miller's Tale" from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.

The Pardoner's Tale from "The Rap Canterbury Tales"

The Canterbury Tales - Episode 1 (includes Nun's Priest's Tale, Knight's Tale, Wife of Bath's Tale)

The Canterbury Tales - Animated. Good series for the classroom!

A video lecture on the Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales - Episode 2 10:00

Winter 2013 cohort member @Megan Harrison's video on "Doctor Faustus."

Winter 2013 cohort member @Rachel Blume's amazing stop-animation video on "The Faerie Queene" Book 1, Canto 1.

Winter 2013 cohort member Carrie's video on Julian Of Norwich.

Why Shakespeare loved iambic pentameter - David T. Freeman and Gregory Taylor | TED-Ed

DRAMATIC IRONY in Macbeth (William Shakespeare play). Video by Kevin Brookhouser.

Beowulf Lego videos

Macbeth summary-funny and a little slower. Consider for intro.

"Beowulf" STRUCTURE -- "Beowulf" ... from 60second Recap®

The Canterbury Tales: Interactive Layered Flip Book ($)

Portraits of the Pilgrims of Canterbury Tales

Illustration of Robin the Miller, from The Miller's Tale, playing a bagpipe "The Miller's Tale" (Middle English: The Milleres Tale) is the second of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (1380s–1390s), told by the drunken miller Robyn to "quite" (requite) "The Knight's Tale". The Miller's Prologue is the first "quite" that occurs in the tales (to "quite" someone is to make repayment for a service, the service here being the telling of stories).

Arthur Szyk - "The Friar" from The Canterbury Tales

10 Of The Most Powerful Female Characters In Literature- pictured, The Wife of Bath from "The Canterbury Tales".