Wayne Macauley writes Australian fiction that has a slightly mythical quality to it, and in this sense one could compare it to Tim Winton’s Cloudstreet… 306 more words
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Bernice’s own Jason Fischedick is on a pilgrimage–and he needs your help.
Jason is making a film of Chaucer’s literary classic, Canterbury Tales, the very best way possible: as a stop-motion animation using his extensive action figure collection. 152 more words
14th Century – Classics
The Story:A large and diverse group of people gather at an inn. All are about to begin a pilgrimage to the shrine of Sir Thomas Becket, a saint and martyr buried in Canterbury Cathedral. 578 more words
History constructs the glasses through which we view the world. Without a doubt, the events of the past leave a distinct stamp upon the artifacts of mankind. 1,039 more words
The Prioress is one of the few female pilgrims, which is, in itself, interesting; present in her and the Wife of Bath is Chaucer’s judgement on women. 1,603 more words