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12 Nov 2017
The originals of the following pages were received in a bundle, arranged in an approximate order but bound only in the temporary fashion customary for field notes in the early 1500s. I have transcribed them for your archives, though certain elements, such as the flora pressed between some of the pages or the stains on others, are irreproducible and I have noted them accordingly. The headings are mine, and the transcription also includes my commentary on some of the more obscure points in the text as well as my reproduction of the original marginalia. Although the identities of the respective authors were evident from the handwriting in the original, in this copy I have taken the liberty of inserting indications as to their identity.
- Part 2 of To Morning Through the Shadow
Fandoms: Canterbury Tales - Geoffrey Chaucer
25 Sep 2018
The Pardoner challenges the Wife of Bath's narrative choices. She, of course, has a ready response.
(In which the Canterbury crew gets recast as 21st-century yatris, Chaucer gets twisted into a jalebi, and the author gets academic credit for shameless self-indulgence.)