A .jpg of a stunning illustration from a 1905 edition of the Canterbury Tales:
1. General Prologue: "Forth we rode when day began to spring."
The text is modernized by Percy MacKaye; the illustrations are by Walter Appleton Clark. The preview image crops the image to give a sense of it without revealing the entire image.
The illustrations are also available as a collection of six plus a seventh image of the title page of the book from which they came. The other illustrations are:
2. The Knight's Tale: "Palamon desireth to slay his foe Arcite."
3. Description of the Miller from the GP: "Therewith he brought us out of Town."
4. The Pardoner's Tale: "The three Rogues search in the woods for Death."
5. Description of the Friar from the GP: "So much of Dalliance and fair Speech."
6. The Squire's Tale: "There came a Knight upon a Steed of Brass."
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