How many Canterbury Tales are there?
The Canterbury Tales represents a collection of stories written by Geoffrey Chaucer at the end of the 14th century. There are 24 Canterbury Tales: Knightâ€™s Tale, Millerâ€™s Tale, Reeveâ€™s Tale
Cookâ€™s Tale, Man of Lawâ€™s Tale, Wife of Bathâ€™s Tale, Friarâ€™s Tale, Summonerâ€™s Tale, Clerkâ€™s Tale, Merchantâ€™s Tale, Squireâ€™s Tale, Franklinâ€™s Tale, Physicianâ€™s Tale, Pardonerâ€™s Tale, Shipmanâ€™s Tale, Prioressâ€™s Tale, Tale of Sir Thopas, Tale of Melibee, Monkâ€™s Tale, Nunâ€™s Priestâ€™s Tale, Second Nunâ€™s Tale, Canonâ€™s Yeomanâ€™s Tale, Mancipleâ€™s Tale and Parsonâ€™s Tale. The book describes a story-telling contest organized by a group of pilgrims as they travel together on a journey.