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Who was the "holy blissful martyr" whose shrine serves as the destination for Chaucer's pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales? William of Normandy Henry Beauclerc Thomas á Becket Richard the Lion-Hearted
St. Thomas Becket of Canterbury, of course. Who else? He's the whole point of the pilgrimage.
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User: Who was the "holy blissful martyr" whose shrine serves as the destination for Chaucer's pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales? William of Normandy Henry Beauclerc Thomas á Becket Richard the Lion-Hearted

Weegy: St. Thomas Becket of Canterbury, of course. Who else? He's the whole point of the pilgrimage.
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