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LoveGraphs: Just discovered Geoffrey Chaucer sounds like someone doing an impression of all the Auf Wiedersehen, Pet characters in one go.

SnatcherInThePi: The Farkleberry Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

TamilTechNews: Time and tide wait for no man. -Geoffrey Chaucer

schaxmo: geoffrey chaucer really said “oh you like exposition well here’s 30 characters introduced in the first 900 lines f you” and now we all read it in high school

xpertss97_jeff: Geoffrey Chaucer, the father of English literature

SnatcherInThePi: The Loganberry Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

HistoryExtra: Geoffrey Chaucer is often hailed as the ‘father of English literature’. Yet, argues Marion Turner, who has written an acclaimed biography of the poet, this epithet fails to capture the radical nature of his work…

welfordwrites: The Man of Law's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

_Vret: ‼!GEOFFREY CHAUCER WAS A FLAT EARTHER! ‼

InterestingLit: At the invitation of John Masefield, J. R. R. Tolkien dressed up as Geoffrey Chaucer and recited Chaucer’s poetry from memory.

welfordwrites: An overall view of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Click the link!

mveal2006: many a true word spoken in jest...geoffrey chaucer

LandOfHistory: ‘Geoffrey Chaucer’s the name, writing’s the game ... A, what? A writer ... you know I write with ink and parchment? For a penny I’ll scribble you anything.’ Trudging also comes into the story.

AbridgedThe: Death is the end of every worldly pain. GEOFFREY CHAUCER, The Canterbury Tales (and fear and anxiety and sorrow and loss, dare I dream of endless freedom ~jgl)

SaSamarahmad13: "What is better than wisdom? Woman. And what is better than a good woman? Nothing." -Geoffrey Chaucer

mikejhemsley: Vision is so piss. A total waste of Geoffrey Chaucer.

PoetryG2020: Rondel of Merciless beauty by Geoffrey Chaucer. Read by Trines from Braunston, Northamptonshire

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

holland_tom: The yacht club is actually rather fetching. As we head towards Crayford Ness, it abruptly feels like we’ve left London. It’s all much more Iain Sinclair than Geoffrey Chaucer.

AltComMemSoc: Geoffrey Chaucer: *talks for ages about his clarthers being staallen awoo* Paddy: "Who ARE you?" Geoffrey Chaucer: "Geoffrey Chaucer! Medieval poot!"

Sf1Marketing: Time and tide wait for no man. -Geoffrey Chaucer

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

welfordwrites: The Physician's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer

SnatcherInThePi: The Partridgeberry Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

geraldrflynn: It feels like every single day I'm reminded that doing an entire module on Geoffrey Chaucer at uni has done very, very little for career.

RecipesIdeas: Woe to the cook whose sauce has no sting. - Geoffrey Chaucer

NorthAmAnglican: Another entry from our poets, this on Lady Julian from Stella Nesanovich

SnatcherInThePi: The Bayberry Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

BookishBumpkin: “Shit be gettin’ real in Minneapolis, yo...” - Geoffrey Chaucer

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

FranciscanPoet: Geoffrey Chaucer never drank tea from a saucer. But this wasn't due to courtly manners, you see, it was just that in his day England didn't have saucers - or tea.

MarkSipps: A Summary and Analysis of Geoffrey Chaucer's 'The Miller's Tale'

PocketHistory: Chaucer, Geoffrey. c1340-1400. English poet. Canterbury Tales, printed 1477.

SnatcherInThePi: The Axillary Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

SnatcherInThePi: The Capillary Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

SnatcherInThePi: The Carpellary Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

BrandesStoddard: It would be something if this reaction were in ANY way a surprise, but Geoffrey Chaucer specifically calls it out with the character of the Prioress in Canterbury Tales. If people treat dogs better than people... so much the worse when spliced with white supremacy.

BookArtsDaily: Houghton From Home–Geoffrey Chaucer

HoughtonLib: Or read Geoffrey Chaucer's prologue to the Canterbury Tales in one of its earliest editions:

4SkrillaSkratch: Time and tide wait for no man. -Geoffrey Chaucer

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

albroodryk: Patience is a conquering virtue. The learned say that, if it not desert you, then it vanquishes what force can never reach; Why answer back at every angry speech? No, learn forbearance or, I'll tell you what, You will be taught it, whether you will or not. Geoffrey Chaucer Poet

albroodryk: Habit maketh no monk, ne wearing of gilt spurs maketh no knight. Geoffrey Chaucer

albroodryk: If were not foolish young, were foolish old. Geoffrey Chaucer

albroodryk: Full wise is he that can himselven knowe. Geoffrey Chaucer

welfordwrites: The Squire's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer

vgr: Writer dude Jean Froissart is on the ship carrying noble hostages back to England. He’s gonna make Eng famous. Geoffrey Chaucer is also onboard. Eng is curiously lifeless so far in this long 7 chapter setup. Finally he’s getting foregrounded. I never read the Canterbury tales.

ActHm: "The lyf so short, the craft so long to lerne." ― Geoffrey Chaucer

isidro_li: If that this boon be wasshe in any welle, If cow, or calf, or sheep, or oxe swelle That any worm hath ete, or worm ystonge, Taak water of that welle and wassh his tonge — Geoffrey Chaucer

cbbboston: A reading list for the NitWit Socialist, Democrats living in a free America! You may learn something on Memorial Day weekend. Fahrenheit 452-Ray Bradbury 1984-George Orwell Paradise Lost-John Milton Canterbury Tales-Geoffrey Chaucer Bonus Audio: If I were the Devil - Paul Harvey

scarjocasting: ScarJo signs on to play wealthy web developer in vampire biopic of Geoffrey Chaucer

welfordwrites: The Knight's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer

kevblue777: Hard is his herte that loveth nought In May, whan al this mirth is wrought. –Geoffrey Chaucer (1343–1400)

OccultFan: Hard is his herte that loveth nought In May, whan al this mirth is wrought. –Geoffrey Chaucer (1343–1400)

trapped_motion: 4 of 5 stars to The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

Scholarfaisal: Your two great eyes will slay me suddenly; Their beauty shakes me who was once serene; Straight through my heart the wound is quick and keen; Only your word will heal the injury To my hurt heart. (Rondel of Merciless beauty) by 'Geoffrey Chaucer'.

aramisdherblays: [geoffrey chaucer voice] I MISSED MY INTRODUCTION

ATHENA_VIII: Calling Geoffrey Chaucer “Geoff”? Yes yes yes. Calling William Shakespeare “Bill”? Ya basic.

cbbboston: A reading list for all the Democrats currently living in a free America! Maybe you'll learn something! Fahrenheit 452: Ray Bradbury Nineteen Eighty-Four: George Orwell Paradise Lost: John Milton Canterbury Tales: Geoffrey Chaucer Bonus Audio: If I were the Devil - Paul Harvey

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

MrsBonTweets: SIDENOTE: Katherine had a sister Philippa. Philippa was a lady in waiting to the the Queen, and married a man who was also in service to the royals. In his spare time he wrote poetry. He was quite good. His name was Geoffrey Chaucer.

OldeLaneBooks: The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer Edited by Alfred W. Pollard - 1923 £4.50 + P&P Condition; Good, green cloth covers with gilt titling to spine. Some bumping and scuffing with age-related staining. Previous owner stamp to leading page.

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

DevonLibraries: The Oxford English Dictionary is the largest English language dictionary, tracing the history and meaning of more than 600,000 words. The word library appeared in Geoffrey Chaucer’s translated The Consolation of Philosophy, c.1374. Explore the OED:

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

JamesTWKirkGod: I am Chanticleer... I give Geoffrey Chaucer nightmares... For, the words.... The words he never heard... I give Shakespeare, nightmares too... Over, names... Orsino, for example...

pagayn: “Simpkin the Swagger” - Geoffrey Chaucer, sometime between 1386 and 1400

welfordwrites: The Canon's Yeoman's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer

welfordwrites: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, in reduced form: Tales seven to twelve

WikiPlotBot: A Knight's Tale: - Jousting - Middle Ages - Geoffrey Chaucer - Patent of nobility - Assumed name - Ulrich von Liechtenstein - Guelders - Edward the Black Prince - Battle of Poitiers - Pillory - The Canterbury Tales

penlekelly: "Busy as a bee" was first used by Geoffrey Chaucer in 1392, in his classic "The Canterbury Tales"

riselovelive: Time Time and tide wait for no one.Geoffrey Chaucer December 9, 2019 As of this

welfordwrites: The Shipman's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer

GamesButAlsoArt: Is this art? The game Puzzle & Dragons Z: Pazudora Z but with writing by Geoffrey Chaucer.

WPlaceGallery: We jyst finished reading the Canterbury Takes by Geoffrey Chaucer. Try an audiobook if you dont wish to pick up a book...

AbdulMahmud01: The poet, Geoffrey Chaucer, wrote in Troilus and Criseyde, “but at last, as everything has ended, she took her leave". Twitter has become a distraction. Time to permanently return to the sanctum sanctorum of the shrine. Say goodbye.

CowboyBuilding: The Life of Geoffrey Chaucer by Derek Pearsall – A Review

alifeinbooks: The Life of Geoffrey Chaucer by Derek Pearsall - A Review

thingslucyreads: For a movie with Geoffrey Chaucer in it literally talking about allegories all the time, people didn’t get the point that this ENTIRE movie is an allegory

AprilMunday: The Life of Geoffrey Chaucer by Derek Pearsall – A Review

somequotesbot: "This flour of wifly patience." - Geoffrey Chaucer

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

welfordwrites: The Monk's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer

VannWhitney: A Cautionary Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer

SnatcherInThePi: The Loganberry Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

fxmimxhxr602: Filth and old age, I'm sure you will agree, are powerful wardens upon chastity.-Geoffrey Chaucer FumiShun BaseVlogs

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

AbbeyRhoade: I'm rewatching A Knights Tale with Heath Ledger & I'm not going to lie, they got so much right. Wat Tyler led the Peasants Revolt in 1381, Geoffrey Chaucer wrote Canturbury Tales in 1387. His sister in law was Kathryn Swinford, who eventually married John of Gaunt.

SansTypic: So in the middle of the night I woke up from a dream and feverishly googled something then went back to sleep. Apparently midnight me was dreaming about Canterbury Tales and Geoffrey Chaucer.

inklessEditions: William Caxton printed Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales in 1477 and 1483. A "gentylman" told Caxton he owned a copy with a better text. Caxton used that copy to print the second version. Our Caxton's Canterbury Tales

SnatcherInThePi: The Twinberry Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

SnatcherInThePi: The Epistolary Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

HandsworthLib: A Journal of the Plague Year by Daniel Defoe, The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer and Severance by Ling Ma are available to download via Birmingham Overdrive and Libby.

gwensnyderPHL: Failed Scientist is ready to break out some dank Dark Age memes to disprove your very real theory about how the name "Geoffrey Chaucer" belongs to Black culture, FEMINISTS

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)



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