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Pretension and self-absorption

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

Stop-Motion Canterbury Tales

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

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Plastic Duck Racing

Hello Readers,

I’ve missed your face. Yes, I’m talking about your face. None of the other Readers’, just yours. Heh.

So, how have you lot been then? 464 more words

Journal

Reading Challenge: Canterbury Tales Wrap Up and Review

Canterbury Tales

Geoffrey Chaucer

14th Century – Classics

Rating: 2.5/5

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

Reviews

Chaucer: History’s Influence on Language and Rhythm

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

Academic Writing

Reading Challenge: Canterbury Tales - Day 10

Well, I’m still slogging through. I’m almost there, though – hopefully I can finish up tomorrow or Saturday. Regardless, this has been an interesting journey. Here’s where I am currently: 146 more words

Reading Challenges

The Prioress in Chaucer's Prologue to the Canterbury Tales

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