The Canterbury Tales (disambiguation)
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The Canterbury Tales is a 14th-century English collection of stories, mainly in verse, written by Geoffrey Chaucer.
The Canterbury Tales may also refer to the following, which are directly or loosely derived from Chaucer's work:
- A Canterbury Tale, a 1944 British film made by Powell & Pressburger
- Canterbury Tales - Musical, a 1968 British production
- The Best of Caravan - Canterbury Tales, a compilation album by Caravan
- The Canterbury Tales (film) (English title), a 1972 Italian film directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini as I racconti di Canterbury (Italian title)
- The Canterbury Tales (1998-2000), animated TV series nominated for the Academy Award for Animated Short Film in 1998
- The Canterbury Tales (TV series), first shown by the BBC in 2003
- Canterbury Tales (tour), a physical theatre piece devised by Icon Theatre in 2003
- The Canterbury Tales (attraction), a 14th-century medieval living history attraction in Canterbury, Kent
- Canterbury Tales, a 1797-1805 novel by Sophia Lee and Harriet Lee.
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