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atlanteaaan: ㅡThe Canterbury Tales karya Geoffrey Chaucer. Yang bikin ini makin lucu, lead character dalam novel bernama Jeff Chaucer.

VoteAngryNow: ‘When April the sweet showers fall And pierce the drought of March to the root, and all The veins are bathed in liquor of such power As brings about the engendering of the flower ….’ -Geoffrey Chaucer-

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worldwealth2: also marked itself as the leading number of coronavirus cases across the globe. Geoffrey Chaucer rightly said, "Late is better than never”. This phrase however should be read and acted upon by the President Donald Trump who keeps on making false promises about his lack of

ThingsIThinkA15: Geoffrey Chaucer was probably just jotting some shit down and now people have dedicated their loves to figuring it out

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

indyhayhay: “All Good things must come to an end.” -Geoffrey Chaucer

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

SnatcherInThePi: The Cassowary Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

russiazvezd: Marked as to-read: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

theresamullins: 2 of 5 stars to The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

EmoCoreCgi: CROM131:HERE, "Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones" Quote by Geoffrey Chaucer's~ 'Troilus and Criseyde "I don't judge , I just watch and listen and learn." Quote by artist Crom131

welfordwrites: The Knight's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer

konallis: Today's poem from A Poem for Every Day of the Year is the Prologue to The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer.

davidjonessoc: AVC Schmidt on Jones and Auden: "Anamnesis and the Sanctification of Time: David Jones's Anathemata and W.H. Auden's Horae Canonicae" in "Passion and Precision: Collected essays on English Poetry from Geoffrey Chaucer to Geoffrey Hill" (2015),

SnatcherInThePi: The Adversary Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

saesneg: Geoffrey Chaucer’s take on ‘courtly love’ is very different to Petrarch’s! Traditionally, it existed on a higher and more spiritual level that expressed love and admiration in a noble and chivalrous way. Yr 13 better be ready for Chaucer’s Merchant...they’ll be in for a shock!

AudioBiblion: Prologue to the Canterbury Tales | Geoffrey Chaucer | Sound Book | Middle English

DnD_Lich: [Quote by Geoffrey Chaucer (The Canterbury Tales)]

SyedShujaS: If the priest is corrupt, What the followers will do, If the Gold rusts, What the Iron will do. Strange lines by Geoffrey Chaucer....

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

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

julianpharrison: The archetypal medieval English pilgrimage was to Canterbury rather than the Holy Land or Spain. It's most familiar from the Canterbury Tales, although none of the surviving 90 manuscripts dates from Chaucer's own lifetime.

OgbucheEdeh: “If gold rusts, what then will iron do?”  ~Geoffrey Chaucer

JonathanWooding: 'Truth', by Geoffrey Chaucer. That should do it.

welfordwrites: The Shipman's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer

9_cgn: "The guilty think all talk is of themselves. " Geoffrey Chaucer

BLMedieval: The Canterbury Tales, by Geoffrey Chaucer (late 14th century). Shown here is the Ellesmere manuscript: the Huntington Library, San Marino, MS EL 26 C 9

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 by Sara Teasdale

I said, “My youth is gone
Like a fire beaten out by the rain,
That will never sway and sing
Or play with the wind again.”

I said, “It is no great sorrow
That quenched my youth in me,
But only little sorrows

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