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In his Canterbury Tales, [Dr. Graeme Garden]? sees Chaucer's pilgrims use the identical route which would be taken under modern rules on a journey from Oxford Circus to Mornington Crescent from the prologue.
In his Canterbury Tales, Dr. Graeme Garden sees Chaucer's pilgrims use the identical route which would be taken under modern rules on a journey from Oxford Circus to Mornington Crescent from the prologue.

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In his Canterbury Tales, Dr. Graeme Garden sees Chaucer's pilgrims use the identical route which would be taken under modern rules on a journey from Oxford Circus to Mornington Crescent from the prologue.

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