The Canterbury Tales, by Geoffrey Chaucer

Table of Contents

Part 1

Prologue
Here bygynneth the Book of the tales of Caunterbury.

Part 2

The Knyghtes Tale.
Heere bigynneth the knyghtes tale.

Part 3

Prologue to the Milleres Tale
Heere folwen the wordes bitwene the Hoost and the Millere
The Tale

Part 4

Prologue to the Reves Tale
The prologe of the Reves Tale.

Part 5

The Prologue to the Cokes Tale.
The prologe of the Cokes Tale.
The Tale (Unfinished).

Part 6

Prologue of the Man of Lawe.
The wordes of the Hoost to the compaignye.

Part 7

The Tale of the Man of Lawe.
The prologe of the Mannes Tale of Lawe.
Heere begynneth the Man of Lawe his Tale.

Part 8

Prologue to the Shipmannes Tale
Here endith the man of lawe his tale. And next folwith the Shipman his prolog.
Here endith the Shipman his prolog. And next folwyng he bigynneth his tale.
The Tale.

Part 9

The Prioresses Tale
The prologe of the Prioresses tale. Domine dominus noster.
Heere begynneth the Prioresses Tale.
Heere is ended the Prioresses Tale.

Part 10

Prologue to Chaucer’S Tale of Sir Thopas

Part 11

Heere bigynneth Chaucers tale of Thopas.
The Second Fit.
Heere the Hoost stynteth Chaucer of his Tale of Thopas.
The Tale (in prose).

Part 12

Prologue to the Monkes Tale
The murye wordes of the Hoost to the Monk.

Part 13

The Monkes Tale
Heere bigynneth the Monkes Tale de Casibut Virorum Illustrium.
Heere stynteth the Knyght the Monk of his tale.

Part 14

Prologue to the Nonnes Preestes Tale
The Prologue of the Nonnes Preestes Tale.

Part 15

The Nonnes Preestes Tale
Heere bigynneth the Nonnes Preestes tale of the Cok and Hen, Chauntecleer and Pertelote.
Heere is ended the Nonnes Preestes tale.

Part 16

The Phisiciens Tale
Heere folweth the Phisiciens tale.

Part 17

Epilogue
The wordes of the Hoost to the Phisicien and the Pardoner.
The Pardoners Prologue
Heere folweth the Prologe of the Pardoners tale.

Part 18

The Pardoners Tale
Heere bigynneth the Pardoners tale.
Heere is ended the Pardoners tale.

Part 19

Prologue of the Wyves Tale of Bath
The Prologe of the Wyves tale of Bathe.

Part 20

The Tale of the Wyf of Bath
Here bigynneth the Tale of the Wyf of Bathe.

Part 21

Prologue to the Freres Tale
The Prologe of the Freres Tale.
The Tale

Part 22

The Clerkes Tale — Prologue
Heere folweth the Prologe of the clerkes tale of Oxenford.

Part 23

The Clerkes Tale
Heere bigynneth the tale of the Clerk of Oxenford.
Lenvoy de Chaucer.
Bihoold the murye wordes of the Hoost.

Part 24

The Prologue of the Marchantes Tale
The Prologe of the Marchantes tale.
The Tale.

Part 25

Epilogue
Prologue to the Squieres Tale
The Squieres Tale
Heere bigynneth the Squieres Tale.

Part 26

Prologue to the Frankeleyns Tale
Heere folwen the wordes of the Frankelyn to the Squier, and the wordes of the hoost to the Frankelyn.
The Frankeleyns Tale
Heere bigynneth the Frankeleyns tale.
Heere is ended the Frankeleyns tale.

Part 27

The Seconde Nonnes Tale
The Prologe of the Seconde Nonnes Tale.
Here bigynneth the Seconde Nonnes tale of the lyf of Seinte Cecile.
Heere is ended the Seconde Nonnes tale.

Part 28

Prologue to the Chanouns Yemannes Tale
The prologe of the Chanouns yemannes tale.

Part 29

Prologue to the Maunciples Tale
Heere folweth the Prologe of the Maunciples tale.
The Maunciples Tale
Heere bigynneth the Maunciples tale of the Crowe.
Heere is ended the Maunciples tale of the Crowe.

Part 30

Prologue to the Persouns Tale
Heere folweth the Prologe of the Persouns tale.
Heere taketh the makere of this book his leve.

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