The Canterbury Tales Study Guide
by Geoffrey Chaucer

The Canterbury Tales can be difficult reading. It was written a long time ago, the in what is known as "Middle English" and we just don't speak English the same way anymore. The humor in the tales can be lost on the contemporary reader as can the cultural meaning of the stories. This doesn't mean that reading Chaucer isn't rewarding. Sometimes you just need a little help.

This study guide includes plot summaries and analysis of every tale (helping you with the language, action and humor), character analysis, discussion of themes and motifs and important quotes from the work.

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