I need a version I can understand of The Prioress' Portrait from the General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales.

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asked by riley
  1. This site will give you an overview.


    This site gives you a side-by-side version of the Prioress's Tale


    posted by GuruBlue
  2. You can find this type of site by going to www.google.com and typing in the following, including the quotation marks around the exact title:

    "canterbury tales" translation

    "twa corbies" translation

    This is how I found the side-by-side of "The Twa Corbies" for you earlier.


    posted by Writeacher

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