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Chaucer intentionally left the Canterbury Tales unfinished. True False
Chaucer intentionally left the Canterbury Tales unfinished. FALSE.
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Updated 3/30/2016 1:58:11 AM
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Edited by Andrew. [3/30/2016 1:58:10 AM], Confirmed by Andrew. [3/30/2016 1:58:11 AM]
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