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by Anthony David Cutting,Alec Riddett,etc.

eBook Bisbrooke into the Next Millennium: A Tale of Strawberries, Turkeys and Baboons download ISBN: 0952020637
Author: Anthony David Cutting,Alec Riddett,etc.
Publisher: Acorn Publishing (December 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 60
ePub: 1726 kb
Fb2: 1530 kb
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Category: History
Subcategory: Europe

A Tale of Strawberries, Turkeys and Baboons. By (author) Anthony David Cutting, Illustrated by Alec Riddett, Illustrated by Etc.

Bisbrooke into the Next Millennium : A Tale of Strawberries, Turkeys and Baboons.

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The Squire cuts a rather effeminate figure, his clothes embroidered with red .

The Squire cuts a rather effeminate figure, his clothes embroidered with red and white flowers, and he is constantly singing or playing the flute. A Doctor of Medicine is the next pilgrim described, clad in red and blue, and no-one in the world can match him in speaking about medicine and surgery. What the Host describes is a tale-telling game, in which each pilgrim shall tell two tales on the way to Canterbury, and two more on the way home; whoever tells the tale 'of best sentence and moost solas' shall have supper at the cost of all of the other pilgrims, back at the Inn, once the pilgrimage returns from Canterbury.