The incomplete collection of The Canterbury Tales is one of the most famous works of the fourteenth-century writer Geoffrey Chaucer.a
Despite the writer is of English origin, the style of this work goes back to the very Boccaccio Italian literature (especially the Decameron) and sometimes also refers to a touch of the narrative register of ancient Greece contributing to the lexical formation of the so-called Middle Inglese that He was contained in influences from Latin and new verbal forms.
With this frame work of Chaucer narratives he wants to highlight sarcastically hypocrisy and social disparities of medieval civilization.
LITERAL TRANSLATION STARTING FROM THE TEXT IN GERMAN FOR STUDENTS WHO WANT TO LEARN THE ENGLISH TECHNICAL WRITING FICTION.
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