What is another word for Geoffrey Chaucer?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛfɹɪ t͡ʃˈɔːsə] (IPA)

Geoffrey Chaucer is widely regarded as one of the greatest English poets of all time. He was born in London in the 14th century and is famous for his literary works such as "The Canterbury Tales". Chaucer was a versatile writer who used various styles and techniques, such as satire and parody, to convey his messages. Some of the synonyms that are commonly used to refer to Chaucer include the "Father of English literature", "the father of English poetry", and "the first major poet of the English language". Other words that can be used to describe Chaucer's work and legacy include influential, innovative, and insightful.

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    Geoffrey Chaucer
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  • I shall write a book some day about the appropriateness of names. Geoffrey Chaucer has a ribald ring, as is proper and correct, and Alexander Pope was inevitably Alexander Pope. Colley Cibber was a silly little man without much elegance and Shelley was very Percy and very Bysshe.
    James Joyce

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