In which the knight abruptly interrupts narrating a vicious duel to check in on what the duke was up to, basically inventing the smash cut. #CanterburyTales
As wilde bores gonne they to smyte,
That frothen whit as foom for ire wood.
Up to the anclee foghte they in hir blood.
And in this wise I lete hem fightyng dwelle
And forth I wole of Theseus yow telle.
📚 This is my booktoot account 📚
I typically read classics and (uhhh) literary fiction. Despite a habit of reading classics, there are huge swaths of "the classics" that I haven't read because I'm an unrepentant re-reader (though I'm working on doing that less).
After spending the last two years reading mostly post-1950 novels, I'm currently (slowly) making my way through The Canterbury Tales.
I will read every toot in the local timeline.
living proof that an mfa in writing doesn't mean anything
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