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Canterbury :: United Kingdom | over 3 years ago

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Gareth Huw Davies followed at high speed in the footsteps of the Canterbury pilgrims to the perfect Christmas destination...Canterbury is a lot easier since the new Javelin high-speed train service from London St Pancras started last year, using the

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London :: United Kingdom | over 3 years ago

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Nov 11, 2010       The Summoner   A Somonour was ther with us in that place, That hadde a fyr-reed cherubinnes face, For saucefleem he was, with eyen narwe. As hoot he was, and lecherous as a sparwe, With scalled browes blake, and piled berd; Of his

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New York City :: NY :: USA | over 3 years ago

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I only preach of avarice and the like, and in this way induce them to be free in giving cash especially to me, says the Pardoner in Chaucer's famous tales. Well, save your cash, because the miser is offering a weekend of free readings, talks and

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New Delhi :: India | almost 4 years ago

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There is a Moghul tryst with the Canterbury Tales You can find any number of reprints of The Canterbury Tales in Delhi now, but who brought the first copies of Chaucer's masterpiece to the Capital? The Franciscan Annals published by the Italian

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Auckland :: New Zealand | almost 4 years ago

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The find had important ramifications internationally for the study of medieval literature, University of Otago English lecturer Simone Celine Marshall Dr Marshall said. Chaucer was a 14th century English author, poet and philosopher, best known for

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Canterbury :: United Kingdom | almost 4 years ago

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Queen's banker in battle to close Chaucer's footpath to Canterbury A former royal banker has become embroiled in a battle with villagers over footpaths that once made up part of Geoffrey Chaucer's Pilgrims' Way. The future of the ancient paths is to

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Johannesburg :: South Africa | almost 4 years ago

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Racism is a world wide problem and when looking at it with eyes and heart wide open I have come to the conclusion that racism is very much connected to the Seven Deadly Sins. Allow me to explain my thoughts on the subject: PRIDE &

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Petersburg :: VA :: USA | almost 4 years ago

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Recently Sir Paul McCartney, you accepted the Library of Congress Gershwin Award for Popular Song at the White House. As you accepted the honor you mumbled: "It's a fantastic honor (for) the Gershwin family to give me this incredible award and for me

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Top :: India | 4 years ago

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The books and manuscripts were taken from the Durham University Library, in Palace Green, Durham, in December 1998, where they had formed part of an exhibition charting the progress of English literature. Shakespeare First Folio which was returned to

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Santa Barbara :: CA :: USA | 4 years ago

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Wild, Wild, West Author Joan Tapper Visits Santa Barbara Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Take a trip back to1880, in days when horseback riders ruled the roads, and in times when gunslingers, cowboys, and pioneers forged new finds. Vicariously travel to

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