No Fear Shakespeare: Shakespeare's plays plus a …

Here you’ll find articles tracing the story of English from the Anglo-Saxons to the modern day. Expert overviews are combined with accounts of key episodes and themes to introduce you to the history of English.

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While essentially modern in character, the climate at the time of the English colonization was less conducive to a comfortable existence than what we recognize today.

Canterbury Tales, Modern Spelling - City University of …

by GEOFFREY CHAUCER-----A READER-FRIENDLY EDITION of the General Prologue and sixteen tales

A good rule of thumb is that, (a) if you can read it easily, it's probably modern English, (b) if you can read it with some difficulty, but there are many words "misspelled" and an occasional strange letter, it's probably Middle English, and (c) if you can't read it all, and it looks like a foreign language with , you are probably looking at Old English.