When April with his showers sweet
The drought of March has pierced to the root
And bathed every vein in such liquor,
Of whose virtue engendered is the flower...
Then folks long to go on pilgrimages….
Looking for some good lively reading to do during the Year of Mercy? You could do worse than Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.
The famous prologue above begins one of the greatest journeys in literature – and ... READ MORE>>