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Pilgrims Passing To and Fro

Although Chaucer's Canterbury Tales pilgrims are fictional characters, the pilgrimage to the Shrine of Thomas á Becket was an actual experience for many Medieval folk. This article explores the lives of Chaucer's pilgrims had they been truly alive and their journey real.

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