A long poem by Geoffrey Chaucer tells the journey of a group of pilgrims, 31 including Chaucer himself, from the Tabard Inn in Southwark to the shrine of St. Thomas Beckett in Canterbury Cathedral. Chaucer became a customs inspector and judge in 1386 and an employee of the king in 1389. You can read the review and download The Canterbury Tales PDF at the end.
The Canterbury Tales Review:
In April, with the onset of spring, people from all walks of life from all over England flocked to Tardard to prepare for the pilgrimage to Canterbury, to receive the blessings of St. Thomas Beckett, the martyr of England. come. Chaucer himself is one of the visitors.
The Canterbury Tales PDF Features:
The following are some of the major features of The Canterbury Tales PDF.
- English author Geoffrey Chaucer has written it.
- The book is in simple English language so its easier for the readers to understand it.
- The novel comes under the genre of Poetry, Satire, Anthology, Historical Fiction.
- It published in the year 1392.
- The novel contains a total of 39 pages.
- Readers loved to read this novel.
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