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Geoffrey Chaucer, J. B. Bessinger, Jr. - The Canterbury Tales: General Prologue Album

Geoffrey Chaucer, J. B. Bessinger, Jr. - The Canterbury Tales: General Prologue Album Performer: Geoffrey Chaucer, J. B. Bessinger, Jr.
Title: The Canterbury Tales: General Prologue
Category: Sounds
Date of release: 1961
Country: US
Label: Caedmon Records
Catalog number: TC 1151
Size MP3: 2669 mb
Size FLAC: 2545 mb
Rating: 4.0


1The General Prologue, Through The Wife Of Bath
2Prologue To The Parson's Tale
3Chaucer's Retraction
4The General Prologue, The Parson To The Conclusion


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TC 1151Chaucer, J. B. Bessinger, Jr. Chaucer, J. B. Bessinger, Jr. - The Canterbury Tales ‎(LP)Caedmon RecordsTC 1151USUnknown


  • Read ByJ. B. Bessinger, Jr.


Read in Middle English.

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I ordered this a long time ago. It was supposedly shipped on October 2. I still have not received it, and now it is November 5.


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