Canterbury Tales

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I need to find an online version of the Canterbury Tales to read the Prologue. I tried three sites but they do not work or I don't understand them. Does anyone know any other websites to find the Canterbury Tales ?

  • Canterbury Tales -

    Project Gutenberg (Google it) has free plain text e-books. Search for 'canterbury' in the sidebar. They seem to have it there.

  • Canterbury Tales -

    Here is the link to where you can download the Tales.

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    Use the LEFT column of this website to navigate -- find the side-by-side versions so you can see the original in Chaucer's English AND in today's English.


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