Geoffrey Chaucer

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English poet remembered as author of the Canterbury Tales (1340-1400)


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Pinzolo will break from stall 11 while the Aidan O'Brien-trained Geoffrey Chaucer was drawn in five.
AIDAN O'Brien clinched the Juddmonte Beresford Stakes for a remarkable 13th time as the exciting Geoffrey Chaucer continued his progress with a comfortable win.
Oxford, 1979); The (Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer.
Inside " William Hill: 1-3 Australia, 4 Kingston Hill 18 Fascinating Rock, Geoffrey Chaucer, 25 Orchestra, Ponfeigh, 66-1 Kingfisher.
Geoffrey Chaucer went on to make an eye-catching seasonal debut in the Derristown Stud Trial at Leopardstown where he was fourth despite meeting plenty of interference.
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Once again O'Brien's son Joseph will be on the stable's main hope - in this case red-hot favourite Australia - with Moore lined up for the ride on Geoffrey Chaucer or Orchestra.
Karakontie is one of 21 horses going forward for the French Derby, with Aidan O'Brien leaving in Sunday's Gallinule Stakes winner Adelaide, as well as Johann Strauss and Geoffrey Chaucer.
English poet Geoffrey Chaucer died without having completed his great masterpiece, The Canterbury Tales.
GEOFFREY CHAUCER (A O'Brien) GEOFFREY CHAUCER was an impressive winner at the Curragh.
Literary giants William Shakespeare, Geoffrey Chaucer and George Orwell are included as are scientists including Stephen Hawking and Sir Alexander Fleming.
The poet Geoffrey Chaucer mentions the saint in a poem of 1382 in which he wrote: "For this was St Valentine's Day when every bird cometh there to choose his mate.
They include a 14th or 15th Century manuscript by the medieval political writer Egidius Romanus, with an added fragment of a poem by Geoffrey Chaucer, and a 14th or 15th Century English translation of the New Testament.
The astrolabe quadrant has been dated to 1388, the period when Geoffrey Chaucer began to write The Canterbury Tales.