@AspiringLuddite I almost posted something about "extra points for the Parliament of Fowls reference," on seeing that line, but see you addressed it at the end. Am I remembering wrong that Chaucer's PoF was political content? Anyway, nice piece.

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@Goldie I don't know it well, but I think it had politics both sexual and secular.

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