Canterbury Pilgrims


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Canterbury Pilgrims

pl n
1. (Historical Terms) the pilgrims whose stories are told in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
2. (Historical Terms) NZ the early settlers in Christchurch, Canterbury region
References in periodicals archive ?
Read, "The Context of Blake's 'Public Address': Cromek and The Chalcographic Society," Philological Quarterly 60 (1981): 69-86 and "The Rival Canterbury Pilgrims of Blake and Cromek: Herculean Figures in the Carpet," Modern Philology 86 (1988): 171-90.
Chaucer's Canterbury pilgrims will not be far from the reader's thoughts as he or she begins Jerusalem in Medieval Narrative.
The most comprehensive application of Kittredge's principle to the Canterbury pilgrims was that of R.
A veritable God's plenty of Jews they were, compensation perhaps for the fact that plainly none of the 30 Canterbury pilgrims could possibly be Jews.
The Canterbury pilgrims must rank as the dimmest group ever to set foot on the road from Southwark.
Dyson's Canterbury Pilgrims commemorates the 600th anniversary of Chaucer in 2000 and the 70th anniversary - almost to the day - of the premiere conducted in Winchester by the composer.
Te Deum,'' Franz Welser-Most, conductor, Balduin Sulzer, chorus master, ``Dyson: The Canterbury Pilgrims, Overture: at the Tabard Inn, In Honour of the City,'' Richard Hickox, conductor, Malcolm Hicks, chorus master; ``Haydn: The Creation,'' John Eliot Gardiner, conductor; ``Paray: Mass for the 500th Anniversary of the Death of Joan of Arc,'' James Paul, conductor, Christopher Bell, chorus master.
The Canterbury Pilgrims Hereford Cathedral The Canterbury Pilgrims have taken a long time to arrive.
The new CD from budget price Naxos also has the Concierto da Chiesa, in the English string tradition, and the overture At The Tabard Inn from his choral piece The Canterbury Pilgrims.
When the Nun's Priest has said this, he, like most of the Canterbury pilgrims, closes his tale with a prayer.
Like the Canterbury Pilgrims every guest has come in search of something - love, happiness, sex, crime, just about everything that comprises the human condition.

Full browser ?