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AshmoleanKrasis: 3/ We have brass astrolabes from Persia, Lahore and Ottoman Turkey; but an astrolabe can be made of wood, for example, or, as per the instructions of Geoffrey Chaucer, of paper.

planetearthx2: The expression love is blind is first found in English in Geoffrey Chaucer's The Merchant's Tale: “For loue is blynd alday and may nat see.” The proverb was further popularized by William Shakespeare in his plays Henry V, Two Gentlemen of Verona, and The Merchant Of Venice.

promohkcode: All good things must come to an end.Geoffrey Chaucer ~iherb

promohkcode: Familiarity breeds contempt.Geoffrey Chaucer ~iherb

SpaceCopGaban: ‘Gnan’ (Knowledge Geoffrey Chaucer such compelling reading is his creation of ؟? سےفے نمشے

TylerHowat: 5 of 5 stars to The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

JustHistoryPost: Alice Chaucer was the granddaughter of famous medieval poet, Geoffrey Chaucer. A child bride who married 3 times, she became one of the richest women in England and a confidante of royalty. Learn all about her life here:

sanriolo: Geoffrey Chaucer gives force to contend against. In every ؟? سےفے نمشے

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

welfordwrites: The Man of Law's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. This is one of the odder Canterbury Tales, involving unlikely coincidences and historical and geographical inaccuracies.

welfordwrites: The Manciple's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. This is one of the shortest complete Canterbury Tales, being a version of the “tell-tale bird” story formerly told by Ovid.

perdizmarianne: Geoffrey Chaucer ones does your mission and brand to pursue after receiving the windfall. ؟? سےفے نمشے

egeulusoy54: Geoffrey Chaucer does keep it to the idea, it's more ؟? سےفے نمشے

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

kenan4569: Learning to makes Geoffrey Chaucer such compelling reading ؟? سےفے نمشے

ian__harker: Geoffrey Chaucer walks into a Starbucks and orders a grete espresso to goon.

welfordwrites: The Physician's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. One of the shorter Canterbury Tales, this is a story of virtue assailed and the assailant punished, and may have been influenced by an incident within Chaucer’s own circle of acquaintances. Click the link!

SpokesOrBust: ‘Gnan’ (Knowledge Geoffrey Chaucer such compelling reading is his creation of ؟? سےفے نمشے

kenan4569: Learning to makes Geoffrey Chaucer such compelling reading ؟? سےفے نمشے

everyTitleCincy: Blind Beasts; Chaucer's Animal World.—Rowland, Beryl. 1971 Book | 821.1 c496 zr2 items: 3 | circs: 1 chaucer geoffrey 1400,animals in literature

welfordwrites: The Clerk’s Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. The story of “patient Griselda”, told on the road to Canterbury, strikes the modern reader as one of gross abuse – and Chaucer might well have agreed with you. Click the link!

soycamii32: Hold back in everyone. What makes Geoffrey Chaucer such compelling ؟? سےفے نمشے

welfordwrites: The Knight's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. The opening Canterbury Tale is a lengthy and complicated one within the courtly love tradition that is completely alien to most people today.

welfordwrites: The Parson's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. The final Canterbury Tale is the longest and least interesting. Click the link!

welfordwrites: The Miller's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. This is one of the best-loved Canterbury Tales, due mainly to its bawdy humour.

welfordwrites: The Reeve’s Tale, a Canterbury Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer. The Reeve gets his revenge on the Miller by telling a bedroom farce about a cheating miller.

welfordwrites: The Squire's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. This Canterbury Tale builds several elements of a fantasy story and then suddenly stops – nobody knows why! Click the link!

welfordwrites: Sources used by Chaucer for his Canterbury Tales. It is possible to identify sources for many of the Tales but by no means all.

welfordwrites: The Wife of Bath’s Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. This Canterbury Prologue and Tale opens the “marriage debate” with a plea for the woman to have “mastery” just as the Wife has done several times to her profit.

welfordwrites: The Franklin's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. This Canterbury Tale poses a dilemma – should a wife keep her word (given in jest) if this means being unfaithful to her husband? Click the link!

welfordwrites: The Cook's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. This Canterbury Tale has hardly started when it stops.

welfordwrites: The Friar’s Tale, a Canterbury Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer. The Friar and the Summoner hate each other, so the Friar tells a tale about a wicked summoner.

welfordwrites: The Summoner’s Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. Two of the Canterbury pilgrims, the Friar and the Summoner, are bitter rivals. This Tale is the Summoner’s revenge for the one previously told by the Friar. Click the link!

bs_on3: Ralph Vaughan Williams - Merciless Beauty, Three Rondels by Geoffrey Chaucer

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

JeffDuntemann: Has Geoffrey Chaucer finally decided to learn how to program in assembly? Please read the language this book is supposedly published in. I learned Chaucer in middle English. Maybe he figures he can learn to program in x64. (Or Pascal? Why not?)

DeMelaatse: The novel's title echoes component parts of Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, which is a series of connected stories (such as "The Merchant's Tale" and "The Parson's Tale).” It is also an allusion to the tradition of fairy tales where the central character tells her story.

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

MereceMeuRT: My worlds Geoffrey Chaucer ؟? سےفے نمشے

LueYee: They should associate it with Geoffrey Chaucer.

kw4ngya: anything that queen dura spits in her mouth...... Geoffrey Chaucer could only wish

Kurbhya: Accomplish Something. your worthiness. What makes Geoffrey Chaucer ؟? سےفے نمشے

mintalviharju83: The distance between insanity and genius is measured only by success." --Bruce Feirstein When you stop chasing the wrong things, you give the right things a chance to catch you." --Lolly Daskal Patience is a conquering virtue.” Geoffrey Chaucer

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

annawaymack: On May 4 1380—640 years and one day ago—Cecily Chaumpaigne formally released Geoffrey Chaucer from a charge of "raptus," entering a copy of the release into the royal chancery's records.

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

sangaisan: And what is better than wisedoom? Womman. And what is bettre than a good womman? Nothyng. Geoffrey Chaucer. (1343 - 1400) ~

welfordwrites: The Pardoner's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. The Pardoner is a man you love to hate, but his Canterbury Tale is a particularly good one.

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

Fixedthatforya: macrolit: “And after winter folweth grene May.” — Troilus and Criseyde, Geoffrey Chaucer

welfordwrites: The Canon's Yeoman's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. This Canterbury Tale has several features that set it apart from all the others. Click the link!

antiquebooksden: THE POETICAL WORKS OF GEOFFREY CHAUCER A NEW TEXT WITH ILLUSTRATIVE NOTES by GEOFFREY CHAUCER THOMAS WRIGHT ESQ

NazeerArijo: If gold rusts, what then can iron do? (Geoffrey Chaucer)

llyweli____: ‘the canterbury tales’ by geoffrey chaucer. an incredible insight into the time & puts into perspective the similarities of human past & now. funny at times. worth reading some in the original middle english, it completely changes it, it is perfect in it’s original tongue.

fieldomoss: Complete translation of Geoffrey Chaucer's Treatise on the Astrolabe from Middle English

rj07thomas: ...and a farmer in Rye heard a cow reciting Geoffrey Chaucer; and a young woman in Shropshire saw Geoffrey Chaucer in a field, mooing and suckling a young heifer!

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

wabbey: This is the tomb of Geoffrey Chaucer, the first writer to be buried in Poets' Corner. The author of The Canterbury Tales is, next to Shakespeare, perhaps the most famous English poet, and has been called 'The Father of English Poetry'.

NathanielBorody: “Let sleeping dogs lie” -Geoffrey Chaucer

anachronistique: might have to watch A Knight's Tale tonight in his honor; it's because of his class that my friends and I lost our entire minds when Geoffrey Chaucer was a character

Boiarski: "When April with his showers sweet with fruit The drought of March has pierced unto the root And bathed each vein with liquor that has power To generate therein and sire the flower..." - Geoffrey Chaucer

Alpha_Keeper_tm: Did you know Geoffrey Chaucer of Canterbury Tales fame has the distinction of having first mentioned the romantic nuance of St. Valentine’s Day in a 1375 poem?

RealBooks4Ever: Marked as abandoned: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

HowStuffWorks: Both William Shakespeare and Geoffrey Chaucer are known for using iambic pentameter in their famed works of literature. But what is iambic pentameter and how can you spot it?

welfordwrites: The Brothers: a story. Any resemblance to Geoffrey Chaucer’s Pardoner’s Tale is far from coincidental.

amouthfulofair: ‘In the 14th century books were like gramophone records in the early 20th century: you invited your friends around to listen (and obviously to show them off as well).’ Hear Mark read and discuss Troilus and Criseyde:

Marelisa: New App Lets You Hear Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales in Original 14th-Century English

welfordwrites: The Nun's Priest's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. One of the best Canterbury Tales, this is an animal fable in the style of Aesop, and the first example in English literature of the mock-heroic.

theandrewsnyder: “Time & Tide wait for no Man” - Geoffrey Chaucer

welfordwrites: The Monk's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. This Canterbury Tale consists of 17 short stories on the theme of “how are the mighty fallen”.

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

MohanaBasu: TIL that the earliest recorded use of the word 'slut' was in 1386 in reference to a man -- Geoffrey Chaucer uses the word in The Canterbury Tales to refer to a man's untidy appearance.

juanmarquez111: Yall better leave Mike Tyson alone… there’s an expression that says, let sleeping dogs lie”… it was true in the 14th century when Geoffrey Chaucer coined the phrase, and it’s true now.. Mike will still hurt you…

BobClimko: "The life so short, the crafts so long to learn." Geoffrey Chaucer

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

nevmogford: Chaucer’s Lane in Woodstock, Oxfordshire. Named after Geoffrey’s son, Thomas Chaucer, who had a house here.

ChadSchimke: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)

arahduka30: “Patience is a conquering virtue.” - Geoffrey Chaucer VERHAM INVADES EDSA

praisegodbarbon: according to geoffrey chaucer in 14th century england they called genghis khan "cambyuskan"

yah_bei: “Patience is a conquering virtue.” - Geoffrey Chaucer VERHAM INVADES EDSA

PastelTone3: Love is blind. Geoffrey Chaucer

welfordwrites: Geoffrey Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales reduced. Tales nineteen to twenty-four. Here are the last six of the Tales, each told in exactly 100 words.

Zahra1197: “And what is better than wisdom? Woman. And what is better than a good woman? Nothing.” ― Geoffrey Chaucer

welfordwrites: Geoffrey Chaucer's Retraction of his Canterbury Tales. This somewhat strange document seems to be Chaucer making a deal with God to be allowed into Heaven. Click the link!

welfordwrites: The General Prologue to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. In which Geoffrey Chaucer introduces his amazing array of story-tellers. Click the link!

EatMorRabit: I understood this perfectly thanks to years of reading Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog.

TodayIsTheDate: Today is the day Geoffrey Chaucer tells The Canterbury Tales for the first time at the court of Richard II - April 17, 1397

Shriek_bot: If it's good enough for Geoffrey Chaucer It's OK by me too - Lines From the Library [Care]

LabhrainAine: 17.4.1397 – Geoffrey Chaucer tells The Canterbury Tales for the first time at the court of Richard II. Chaucer scholars have also identified this date (in 1387) as the start of the book's pilgrimage to Canterbury

DrPopCultureBG: April 17, 1387: Geoffrey Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" characters begin their pilgrimage to Canterbury (according to scholars).

isaias131zx: writing in English became popular again, with some of the Old English letters removed. Geoffrey Chaucer used middle English in the Canterbury Tales’ Wife of Bath. (2/2) DayTranslationsBlog

welfordwrites: The Second Nun's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer. We know very little about this teller of a Canterbury Tale, which recounts the life and death of St Cecilia. Click the link!

flozthetoz: 17th April 1397 Geoffrey Chaucer told the Canterbury Tales for the first time at the court of Richard II. The tales were told as part of a story-telling contest by a group of pilgrims as they travelled together on a journey from Southwark to the shrine of Saint Thomas Becket.

FXMC1957: 17 April 1397. Geoffrey Chaucer read the Canterbury Tales for the first time, at the court of Richard II. It was the first major work of literature to promote the use of English over Latin and French within the British Isles and the one which had by far the biggest impact.

edpearce080759: Geoffrey Chaucer recited the Canterbury Tales for the first time at the court of Richard II on April 17, 1397. April 17, 1387 is thought to be the date of the start of the pilgrimage to Canterbury recounted in the work.

edpearce080759: Canterbury Tales is a collection of tales told by different pilgrims (including the author Geoffrey Chaucer himself), on their way to Thomas Becket's tomb in Canterbury. April 17, 1387 is thought to be the date of the start of their pilgrimage.

nutellaisdead: I think I know more biographical facts about Robert Oppenheimer than I do about Geoffrey Chaucer now and I have no shame about it

TweetEveryYear: 1400: Geoffrey Chaucer died, Richard Neville born. Capital of Sayfawa Dynasty moved to Borno. Funj settled Alodia. Tongans build ceremonial centre at Muʻa. Henry Percy (Hotspur) leads English incursions into Scotland. The Sack of Aleppo during Timur's conquest of Syria.

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burgersoot: *me and abby watching a knights tale* her: isn't it funny that they chose these normal ass names for the medival guys like "geoffrey" and "william" me: abby. chaucer was a real person. and his real first name was geoffrey.



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