Geoffrey Chaucer

(c. 1343 – 25 October 1400 / London, England)

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Hits of Mar 29, 2011 Tuesday

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# Poem Title Hits Posts
1 A Balade of Complaint 6
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2 A Ballad of Gentleness 7
63%
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3 A Ballad Sent to King Richard 6
54%
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4 A Cook 4
36%
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5 A Rondel of Merciless Beauty - The Original 3
27%
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6 Against Women Unconstant 3
27%
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7 An ABC 7
63%
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8 Anelida and Arcite 3
27%
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9 Balade 4
36%
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10 Book Of The Duchesse 6
54%
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11 Canterbury Tales, The 7
63%
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12 Chaucer's Prophecy 6
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13 Chaucer's Words to His Scrivener 1
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14 Complaint of Chaucer to his Purse, The 11
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15 Court of Love, The 3
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16 Fortune 5
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17 Gentilesse 2
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18 Good Counsel of Chaucer 2
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19 House Of Fame, The 4
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20 L'Envoy of Chaucer to Bukton 1
9%
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21 Proverbs 1
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22 Proverbs of Chaucer 1
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23 Rondel of Merciless Beauty 3
27%
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24 Since I From Love 1
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25 The Canterbury Tales; THE MILLERES TALE 1
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26 The Canterbury Tales; CHAUCER'S TALE OF SIR THOPAS 1
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27 The Canterbury Tales; EPILOGUE 1
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28 The Canterbury Tales; PROLOGUE 1
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29 The Canterbury Tales; THE CHANOUNS YEMANNES TALE 1
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30 The Canterbury Tales;The Knyghtes Tale 1
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31 The Complaint of Chaucer to his Purse 2
18%
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32 The House Of Fame 1
9%
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33 The Love Unfeigned 2
18%
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34 To Life's Pilgrim 3
27%
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35 Troilus And Criseyde: Book 01 2
18%
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36 Truth 6
54%
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Total 119 0
Average 3.3 0.0
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  • Posts: Number of visitors who posted the poem to a friend (via e-mail) on the given date.
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  • Poems submitted after Sep 17, 2011 are not shown on the list.
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