Geoffrey Chaucer was an English civil servant and one of history's finest poets. He died in 1400, leaving his greatest work, The Canterbury Tales, unfinished. He was buried in Westminster Abbey.
Ronald L. Ecker, M.A., is an author whose works include the Dictionary of Science and Creationism, The Evolutionary Tales (a Chaucerian parody on the creation/evolution debate), and And Adam Knew Eve: A Dictionary of Sex in the Bible.
Eugene J. Crook, Ph.D., is a professor of English at Florida State University and a Chaucer scholar. His publications include Handbook of Middle English Grammar and numerous articles and papers on medieval literature.
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