Saturday, February 07, 2009

Canterbury Tales Prologue: as it really was?

Someone over at the MEDIEV-L mailing list alerted me to this piece of art, which reminds me of the early adventurous days of rap, when I would not have been surprised to hear Plato's Republic on the radio.

It is my personal opinion that since Chaucer was 14th century writer, addressing a 14th century audience, that there is some real chance that this is the original form of the Canterbury prologue. They were weird back that, almost as weird as we are.

There's that much misused "we" word. You know what to do with such statements...

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

You should really see this version :

He probably shares your point of view.

3:55 PM  

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