Table of contents for The Canterbury tales : complete and unabridged / Geoffrey Chaucer ; a new translation by Burton Raffel.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
						N.B.:	manuscript page numbers	
	General Prologue ----------------------------------- 2
	The Knight's Tale -----------------------------------	 40
	The Miller's Prologue ------------------------------ 138
	The Miller's Tale ------------------------------------ 141
	The Steward's Prologue ---------------------------- 170
		[The Reeve's Prologue]
	The Steward's Tale --------------------------------- 173
		[The Steward's Tale]
	The Cook's Prologue --------------------------------	 190
	The Cook's Tale -------------------------------------- 	 193
	Introductory Words to The Man of Law's Tale --- 196
	Prologue to the Man of Law's Tale ------------------- 200
	The Man of Law's Tale --------------------------------- 202
	Epilogue to the Man of Law's Tale	------------------ 253
			[a text of disputed authority]	
	The Wife of Bath's Prologue --------------------------- 255
	The Wife of Bath's Tale	 -------------------------------- 292
	The Friar's Prologue ------------------------------------	310
	The Friar's Tale ---------------------------------------- 312
	
	The Summoner's Prologue -------------------------------	 328
	The Summoner's Tale ------------------------------------	 330
	The Cleric's Prologue -----------------------------------	356
	The Cleric's Tale ------------------------------------------- 358
	Chaucer's Happy Song ---------------------------------- 414
	The Merchant's Prologue -------------------------------- 417
	The Merchant's Tale ------------------------------------- 418
	Epilogue to The Merchant's Tale ----------------------	 469
	Introduction to the Squire's Tale ------------------------	 470
	The Squire's Tale -------------------------------------------	 470
				[unfinished]
	The Landowner's Prologue ------------------------------- 502
				[The Franklin's Prologue]
	The Landowner's Tale -------------------------------------------	 503
				[The Franklin's Tale]
	The Physician's Tale ---------------------------------------------	 542
	
	Introduction to the Pardon Peddler's Tale -------------------	 555
				[The Pardoner's Tale]
	The Pardon Peddler's Prologue --------------------------------	 557
	The Pardon Peddler's Tale --------------------------------------	 563
	
	The Shipman's Tale ---------------------------------------------- 585
	The Host's Merry Words to the Shipman and the Prioress --- 604
	Prologue to the Prioress's Tale ----------------------------------- 605	
	The Prioress's Tale ------------------------------------------------- 607
	Prologue to Sir Thopas ---------------------------------------------	 617
	Sir Thopas -------------------------------------------------------------	 618
	The Host stops Chaucer's Narrative ---------------------------- 629
	The Tale of Melibee -------------------------------------------------	 631
	The Prologue of the Monk's Tale -------------------------------	 666
	The Monk's Tale: De Casibus Virorum Illustrium [The Fall
			of Illustrious Men] ------------------------------------	 671
	The Prologue of the Nun's Priest's Tale ------------------------ 709
	The Nun's Priest's Tale of Cock and Hen, Chauntecleer and 					and Pertelote --------------------------------- 712
	Epilogue to the Nun's Priest's Tale ------------------------------- 738
	The Second Nun's Prologue ----------------------------------	 739
		Prayer to the Virgin Mary ------------------------------	 741
	The Second Nun's Tale ---------------------------------------	 746
	Prologue of the Cleric-Magician's Servant --------------		 767
			[The Canon's Yeoman's Prologue]
	
	Tale of the Cleric-Magician's Servant ---------------------- 775
	The Provisioner's Prologue ----------------------------------	 808
			[The Manciple's Prologue]
	The Provisioner's Tale ---------------------------------------- 813
			[The Manciple's Tale]
	The Parson's Prologue ----------------------------------------	 824
	The Parson's Tale --------------------------------------------- 827
	Here the maker of this book takes his leave ----------------	 894 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages -- Poetry.
Canterbury (England) -- Poetry.
Storytelling -- Poetry.
Tales, Medieval.