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Librarius: The Canterbury Tales
Includes an annotated text with glossary.
From the Electronic Literature Foundation. Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, offered in Middle and Modern English, with illustrations.
Medieval Sourcebook: The Canterbury Tales
Parallel texts of the prologue in Middle and Modern English.
Geoffrey Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales
An illustrated course from Harvard University with information about Chaucer, the tales, and their background.
Classic Text: Geoffrey Chaucer
Includes an examination of the Ellesmere Chaucer and other early editions of The Canterbury Tales.
Electronic Canterbury Tales
Features annotations and links to Internet resources for each tale from Chaucer's classic medieval work.
SparkNotes: The Canterbury Tales
Offers summaries, analysis, and character information.
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Offers context, background, and discussions of tales.
Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
Reader-friendly edition with modern spelling of the General Prologue and sixteen tales.
eNotes: The Canterbury Tales
Summary of the work by Geoffrey Chaucer, as well as essay topics, historical setting, quotes, character analysis, and an author biography.
Bookwolf: Canterbury Tales
Offers context, author information, character guide, and summaries.
Chaucer's Pronunciation, Grammar, and Vocabulary
Tutorial on Chaucer's Middle English pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary.
ClassicNotes: Canterbury Tales
Detailed analysis and summary by Harvard students of the prologue and each tale in the Canterbury Tales by Chaucer. Includes biography and background history.