Answered By: Dean Riley
Last Updated: Nov 21, 2023     Views: 19

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 (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
Date: 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
Date: 1955

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