The Hengwrt ms (no. 154) of Chaucer's Canterbury tales

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Chaucer Society, 1879 - 27 sayfa
Includes: Drawings of the 23 tellers of the 24 Canterbury tales, copied from the Ellesmere ms. and cut on wood by Mr. W. H. Hooper.

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