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The Canterbury Tales is a collection of 14th century stories, some incomplete, by Geoffrey Chaucer, in the form of tales told by various travelers on a pilgrimage to Canterbury. The work is in verse and has become an influential part of English literature.
- In "The Count Has a Bad Dream" from The Sesame Street Bedtime Storybook, The Count's choice of bedside reading is Counterbury Tales. The author is Geoffrey Belfrey (the substitution for Chaucer's surname referencing the Count's affinity for bats).