Answered By: Dean Riley Last Updated: Apr 21, 2016 Views: 6
Well, I guess that depends on how you define modern. Every generation thinks they have a modern version!
At this time, if you go to http://libcat.hbu.edu (the library catalog) and do a title search for it, we have eight results. Four are digital and four are physical. Of the four digital versions, the EBSCO version from 1998 says it is a modern version.
Two of the four physical versions say they are modern in the title or review.
The Canterbury tales Author Pearsall, Derek Albert.
Call number PR1874.P43 1985
Troilus and Cressida and The Canterbury tales. With modern English versions of both works
Author Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400.
Call number: AC1.G72 vol.22
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