The Canterbury Tales (Barnes & Noble Classics Series) [NOOK Book]

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The Canterbury Tales, by Geoffrey Chaucer, is part of the Barnes & Noble Classics series, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras. Here are some of the remarkable ...
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Overview



The Canterbury Tales, by Geoffrey Chaucer, is part of the Barnes & Noble Classics series, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras. Here are some of the remarkable features of Barnes & Noble Classics:
  • New introductions commissioned from today's top writers and scholars
  • Biographies of the authors
  • Chronologies of contemporary historical, biographical, and cultural events
  • Footnotes and endnotes
  • Selective discussions of imitations, parodies, poems, books, plays, paintings, operas, statuary, and films inspired by the work
  • Comments by other famous authors
  • Study questions to challenge the reader's viewpoints and expectations
  • Bibliographies for further reading
  • Indices & Glossaries, when appropriate
All editions are beautifully designed and are printed to superior specifications; some include illustrations of historical interest. Barnes & Noble Classics pulls together a constellation of influences—biographical, historical, and literary—to enrich each reader's understanding of these enduring works.

 

Pilgrims on their way to worship at the shrine of Saint Thomas à Becket in Canterbury stop at the Tabard Inn. Representing a cross-section of medieval English society, the group includes a knight and his squire, a prioress, a friar, a miller, and a wife. To amuse themselves on their journey, they agree that each will tell a tale. These stories—by turns bawdy, hilarious, scurrilous, romantic, heroic, and moving—reveal a great deal about the tellers and the world they live in, which, despite the distance of six hundred years, seems remarkably like our own. Indeed, the structure of The Canterbury Tales and the sophisticated, intricate interplay between the stories, their narrators, and the general narrator himself a complex comic character give the book its strikingly modern flavor.

 

Often called the first book of poetry written in English, Chaucer’s masterpiece is also the first anthology of English short fiction, one that will resonate with readers for as long as folly and courage, deceit and generosity, love and jealousy remain part of the human personality.

 

Robert W. Hanning is Professor of English at Columbia University, where he has taught since 1961. He has published The Vision of History in Early Britain, The Individual in Twelfth-Century Romance, The Lais of Marie de France co-translated with Joan Ferrante, and Castiglione: the Ideal and the Real in Renaissance Culture co-edited with David Rosand, as well as many articles on Chaucer’s poetry and other medieval and Renaissance subjects.

 

Peter Tuttle's most recent poetry is Looking for a Sign in the West, published by Back Short in 2003.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781411433786
  • Publisher: Barnes & Noble
  • Publication date: 6/1/2009
  • Series: Barnes & Noble Classics Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 912
  • Sales rank: 78,918
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Robert W. Hanning is Professor of English at Columbia University, where he has taught since 1961. He has published The Vision of History in Early Britain, The Individual in Twelfth-Century Romance, The Lais of Marie de France (co-translated with Joan Ferrante), and Castiglione: the Ideal and the Real in Renaissance Culture (co-edited with David Rosand), as well as many articles on Chaucer’s poetry and other medieval and Renaissance subjects.

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From Robert W. Hanning’s Introduction to The Canterbury Tales

 

The twenty-first-century reader of The Canterbury Tales experiences Chaucer’s tale collection in a manner very different from any the poet could have imagined. What we read today in carefully prepared printed editions may not correspond to what Chaucer wanted his poem to look like; indeed, it seems doubtful that he even had a final plan for its contents and order. He probably began to compose a collection of tales quite different from the monothematic, classically oriented stories comprising The Legend of Good Women—but like it, a collection headed by a considerable prologue—sometime in the late 1380s, before or after he left London for Kent. How long he worked on The Canterbury Tales is unknown—perhaps until illness or death interrupted his labors, but he may have abandoned the project much earlier. Other unanswerable questions: Did he ever really contemplate writing 120 tales, as is implied by the Host’s suggestion to the Canterbury-bound pilgrims that each of the thirty travelers tell two tales on the road to the shrine and two more on the way back to the celebratory dinner at his inn, the Tabard? Elsewhere in the framing fiction there are suggestions that one tale will suffice from each pilgrim. And how many of the tales had been written and either circulated in writing or performed orally before the poet had the idea of incorporating them within a frame? A list of his works included by Chaucer in the prologue to the "Legend" suggests that “The Knight’s Tale” and “The Second Nun’s Tale of Saint Cecilia”* preexisted the Canterbury collection, and various scholars have conjectured an earlier composition for a number of others.

What modern presentations of The Canterbury Tales hide behind their neatness and precision is the state in which Chaucer’s Canterbury project actually comes down to us. More than eighty extant manuscripts contain all or part of the text; each has variants and errors because, as with all textual reproduction before the invention of printing, manuscripts were copied one at a time by scribes in differing states of attentiveness or fatigue. Scholars have been unable to work out a system that organizes the manuscripts in such a way as to discover, behind all the variant readings, exactly what Chaucer wrote.

Only one manuscript of The Canterbury Tales the so-called Hengwrt manuscript, now in the National Library of Wales may date from Chaucer’s lifetime; it contains a highly accurate text but lacks a tale that of the Canon’s Yeoman and several passages linking tales that appear in other manuscripts written within a decade of Chaucer’s death. The most famous manuscript, and until recently the one accorded highest authority because of its completeness and illustrations of all the pilgrims, is the Ellesmere manuscript, now in the Huntington Library in San Marino, California. What emerges from these and other manuscripts is that Chaucer gathered many of the tales into groups, or fragments, by means of interstitial dialogue between the pilgrims. There is no agreed order for these fragments, and some manuscripts omit genuine linking dialogues, while others contain obviously spurious links. So except for the first fragment—containing the so-called “General Prologue,” the Knight’s, Miller’s, and Reeve’s tales, and the Cook’s unfinished tale—which comes first in all manuscripts that contain it, we cannot be absolutely sure about how Chaucer intended to order his stories—if indeed he ever settled on an order or, for that matter, on a text. All the evidence suggests that when he died, or abandoned work on The Canterbury Tales, he left behind piles of papers containing versions of the tales, but that he had also, during his years of composing them, circulated individual stories among his readership that he may later have revised, leaving different versions in circulation to be copied after his death into the manuscripts we now possess. It follows that a cloud of uncertainty, varying in extent and density, must hang over all critical judgments about the meaning and effect of this radically incomplete, but still quite brilliant, collection of tales within their framing fiction.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2009

    e-book review only; caution for ease of use

    Hanning's edition is marvelous in standard paper formatting. My review is for the electronic edition formatted for the Nook, however, which is extraordinarily poorly done--hence the detracted stars. 5 stars for content; 1 star for formatting.

    The electronic version has no line numbers, which is a problem. The translation is advertised as "facing page," but in fact it's just haphazardly lumped into the original Middle English with no warning and no formatting changes whatsoever. You'll be reading along in Middle English and suddenly find yourself reading the same thing all over again in Modern English, and there's nothing you can do about it. So basically only someone really familiar with the Canterbury Tales will be able to use this electronic format, and anyone else should stay away.

    It's a shame, because I'd really like to have access to this one on my Nook.

    65 out of 68 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 13, 2010

    Ebook is unreadable--there is no such thing as a facing page ebook.

    The Barnes & Noble Classics Series edition of The Canterbury Tales has Chaucer's original text on one page and a modern translation on the facing page. This works wonderfully well in print books for obvious reasons. This does *not* work for ebooks.

    Reading this book on the nook you will read through a page or two of the original text, then on the next page turn you'll have the modernized translation, then back to the original again. It is not simply a matter of Chaucer's version being in one chapter, followed by a chapter in translation; in fact, Chaucer's version and the translation are interspersed together so that there is NO WAY of choosing to read one or the other without having to manually click forward watching to see when the language changes to Chaucer's language. Because of this, the book is simply unreadable.

    Go find a public domain version of Chaucer's text and take the effort to get a feel for his language.

    40 out of 41 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2012

    Do not recommend

    This book did not switch to the nook format well. It jumps from 1400s style writing to current day at inappropriate moments, which probably made sense in the paper version, but not at all on the Nook. I could only get through the first 5 pages before giving up and going to a store to buy it in paper.

    6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 6, 2011

    not formatted for Nook

    I should have heeded the other review I read that said that the book does not work on the Nook. In paper form the book was supposed to have both the original on one page and the modern form on the right. They end up alternating on the nook. I figured I would just read the original, sort of like reading a real long Jabberwocky. At first there were clear breaks between the original and the modern, but after a few pages I found they ran together, making the book even more difficult to read. At that point I gave up. I'll read it on paper.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2008

    A classic tale for years to come!

    This was one of the best books I ever read. I love that not only is the book presented in the original middle English, but also in translated modern English that I can understand. I was really blown away by the text and how expressive and beautiful it was. It is quite an undertaking, but it will pay off.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 15, 2009

    Good Presentation - So-So Translation

    I love having the original Middle English on one side with a Modern English Translation on the facing page. I decided to try reading the Middle English. It's easy to look over to the translation whenever I get stuck. However, even without being able to completely understand the Middle English, I can tell the translation isn't that great. Also, the text is only footnoted on the Modern English side, which (if you're trying to follow the Middle English text) makes it easy to miss. Still, it's a lot more fun to read this on your own when you don't have a high school English teacher forcing you to do it.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 21, 2009

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    Fascinating

    As someone who's always been interested in England, mythology, and a lot of other things, this book is paradise!! The premise is simple: a group of pilgrims are on the way to the shrine of St. Thomas Beckett in Canterbuty (hence the name). At the Tabard Inn, the host suggests that they each tell two stories on the way there, and two on the way back. They readily agree. The group is comprised of people representing various social positions (knight, reeve, nun, friar, miller, etc) and so the stories are widely varied. And the best part is that the language is easy! It's not the difficult 14th century that we Generation X think it is. Yes, buy the book.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 28, 2013

    Nook format makes this near impossible to read!

    I enjoy Chaucer. But the format of this Nook version made this impossible to enjoy.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2012

    nook version not readable

    The free edition didn't scan well, which is a shame because the Canterbury Tales are wonderful stories.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2012

    Nook version hard to read

    Letters joined oodly

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2015

    Paladyn's Bio of No Siggy

    Name//Hmm...it was either White Michael Jackson or Black Michael Jackson. Oh well.<p>Age//22 moons.<p>Gender//Tom.<p>Rank//Warrior. Or whatever.<p>Looks//A dusty brown pelt with a shortish tail, flecked with tan. Dull yellow eyes.<p>Status// Nothing. I've got nothing.<p>Lame bio. Reeealy lame bio.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2015

    &tau&epsilon&eta&alpha<_>c&iota&sigma&upsilon<_>s' & S<_>&epsilon&epsilon&tau<_>h&epsilon<_>r's &beta&iota&sigma

    |Name| <br> Tenacious <p> |Nicknames| <br> Tenny, Ten.. <p> |Ender| <br> &male <p> |Age| <br> Unknown <p> |Clan| <br> BloodClan <p>|Rank| <br> Warrior <p> |Personality| <br> Meet me. <p> |Appearance| <br> I am a Maine Coon. So my fur is long and fluffy. I'm slightly larger than a normal Tomcat. My fur is steely blue-grey colour. I have dark grey tipped toes, and ears. My belly and chest are also dark grey. My eyes are an electrifying yellow. <p> |Kin| <br> Nope. <p> |Crush| <br> Nope. <p> |Mate| <br> Nope. <p> |Kits| <br> Seether. <p> |History| <br> Fu<_>ck off. <p> ................... <p> .................... <p> .................... <p> |Name| <br> Seether <p> |Nicknames| <br> Nope. <p> |Gender| <br> &male <p> |Age| <br> Fairly young. <p> |Clan| <br> BloodClan. <p> |Rank| <br> Warrior <p> |Personality| <br> Meet me. <p> |Appearance| <br> I'm a Maine Coon/Russian Blue mix. My fur is long, and fluffy just like a Maine Coon's. I have dark grey fur, swirled with blue-grey. The blue-grey colour comes from the Russian Blue. My eyes are amber. <p> |Kin| <br> My father is Tenacious, mother unknown. <p> |Crush| <br> Nuh. <p> |Mate| <br> Nada. <p> |Kits| <br> Zilch. <p> |History| <br> Fuc<_>k off.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2015

    V&iota&tau&alpha&eta&iota<_>'s & &tau<_>h&sigma<_>r&eta<_>'s &beta&iota&sigma

    |Name| <br> Vitani <p> |Nicknames| <br> Vita, Vit, Vitanim, etc. Forgot. <p> |Gender| <br> Shecat... &female <p> |Age| <br> Pretty young. <p> |Clan| <br> T.T <p> |Rank| <br> Warrior. <p> |Personality| <br> Uhm. Meet me. We shall see... <p> |Appearance| <br> ((Seven, I'm going to add a few things. I hope that's okay..)) My build is slender, so I'm more-so made for speed. I have white fur, with grey tabby stripes only on my back. I have ember eyes.<p> |Kin| <br> Seven is mother, Virus is father. My siblings include Thorn, Devastation, Miscellaneous, Savvy, Toxic, annnd, am I missing one? v-v <p> |Crush| <br> Nope. <p> |Mate| <br> &hearts &#9825 Yashihyo &#9285 &hearts <p> |Kits| <be> Hopefully someday! <p> |History| <br> Ask away! <p> .................... <p> .................... <p> ................... <p> |Name| <br> Thorn <p> |Nicknames| <br> Nurhp. <p> |Gender| <br>Tom &male <p> |Age| <br> Not gonna put it because he'll age over time. <p> |Clan| <br> BloodClan, doofus. <p> |Rank| <br> Kit right now. But he'll grow over time, so don't think he's always gonna be a kit.. <p> |Personality| <br> A more calm and relaxed nature. Eh. Forgot xD He's got a personality like Thistlefang's. <p> |Appearance| <br> Whelp, I wrote it down. My mom threw away the paper T-T Sorry Seven, I forget. I do remember he has violet eyes though. xD <p> |Crush| <br> Dah fu<_>ck? <p> |Mate| <br> o.o <p> |Kits| <br> HOW IS THAT EVEN POSSIBLE?!?! <P> |History| <br> Not really any yet

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2015

    H&alpha<_>l&sigma<_>'s &beta&iota&sigma

    |Name| <br> Halo... Before you wonder: NO. NO I AM NOT NAMED AFTER AN ANGEL'S HALO. I'm named after that totally fu<_>cking awesome game. <p> |Nicknames| <br> Nurhp. <p> |Gender| <br> You took one look at my name and assumed shecat, didn't you? Nope. I'ma Tom! &male <p> |Age| <br> Unknown. Not necassarily young, though. <p> |Clan| <br> BloodClan. v-v Where else? <p> |Rank| <br> /)-e <p> |Personality| <br> Hm. Well, I'd tell you to just meet me, but that probably wouldn't end too well. I don't exactly have many emotions. The ones I do have, I bottle them up for safe-keeping. There's few cats I will use my emotions with, and they all know who they are. <p> |Appearance| <br> My build is stocky, and muscular. My fur is short, but not sleek. My fur is black, from nose to tail ((Basically means 'from head to toe' in cat language)) My tail is longer than a normal cat's. My eyes are an eerie ice blue, so icey that they are almost a glowing white. Just looking me in the eyes is enough to send shivers down your spine.<p> |Kin| <br> Mother is SunnyTooth, Father is Reivunfeza. My siblings include LifeRise, now deceased, and Grey. Several half-siblings, refer to Sunnytooth's bio and look at her kits. I'm also an uncle, but eh. <p> |Crush| <br> Very complicated... <p> |Mate| <br> I assume not... <p> |Kits| <br> Nope. <p> |History| <br> His mother, SunnyTooth, gave birth to him in an anti-evil Clan. ((Can't remember the name.)) At the time his parents were fighting, so his mother kept him at that certain Clan. A young Medicine Cat named Bluestream took care of them. She named the three kits. One after her sister, Lifekit, who at the time had changed her name to Spring. She named the other two Halokit, and Sharpkit. ((Sharpkit changed his name to Grey later on.)) Sunny never returned, so Bluestream went in search of her. She stays at BloodClan with her, seeing that the mother was unstable. The fact of Bluestream being good-natured and not evil, he leaves BloodClan. She leaves Halokit and his siblings with SunnyTooth at this point. This is when Halo and his siblings find out that Sunny is their real mother. Lifekit and Sharpkit were fine with this, but Halokit had begun to resent Bluestream, SunnyTooth, d his siblings. At apprentice age, he killed his sister, Liferise. At that time, OutCast scared him away from BloodClan. Later on, his brother Grey finds him. He makes Grey stay behind, and by himself returns to BloodClan, claiming he had killed Grey. Silverfang lets Halo join again, once he finally asks. He became best friends with a shecat named Hurricane. The shecat had begun to bring him out of his snappy moods, and into brighter, more playful moods. After awhile, he had began to fall for her. But then Steel Blue comes along. It was completely different. He fells head over paws for her within a matter of moments. Every time he got near her, his heart skipped beats. Every time he talked to her, he felt at home. He had never felt so accepted. When they finally became mates, everything was like Heaven. It was perfect. Later on Xena ((Steel Blue renamed herself)) left BloodClan, and Halo, no warning in advance. All she did was tell his rper that it was over. e.o Even after all these moons, Halo still can't get over her, as hard as he tries. He would give everything to be hers again, but I don't know if it'll ever happen. So now, he just sits around camp, hatin' on everyone. Welcome to his depressing life! :D Sorry, outta characters. ((All true btw o.o))

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2015

    Dashi's Bio

    <p> Dashi: Male tom cat, about 14 moons old </p>
    <p> Loves cupcakes(mainly vanilla), Sugar, Demi, SuperFlyingTackleHugs, sparkly things, being hyper, swimming and fun </p>
    <p> Is creative, joyful, humorous, hyper and happy-go-lucky. If you ever catch him dark and depressed, back away SLOWLY. He will murder you </p>
    <p> He considers everyone to be his friend, but mostly Nyx, Demi and Darkstar </p>
    <p> His hustory is one of the reasons he becomes dark and depressed. Don't ask. He will murder you </p>
    <p> He is a white long furred tom with light brown cheeks, underbelly, paws, tail tip and a spot over his left eye. His eyes are electric blue, and hold millions of emotions. He is flecked wth blac and grey, so he basically is a chocolate vanilla oreo milkshake xD </p>
    <p> Other: ask!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2015

    Jade's short bio

    Name: Jade age: two moons looks: black and white fur and brown eyes and she is very small personality: timid and shy mate/crush/kits: WHAT THE HECK?! IM JUST TWO MOONS!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2015

    Darkstars bio

    NAME: Darkstar~~~~~~~~~~GENDER: She-cat~~~~~~~~~~AGE: 22 moons~~~~~~~~~~APPERANCE: Dark red pelt with midnight black paws. Deepblue eyes with a small scar going down her right eye but not blindng her.~~~~~~~~~~FAMILY: Mother__Midnight(deceased), Father__Darkstorm(deceased), Sister__Goldenstar(doesnt know where she is)~~~~~~~~~~HISTORY: Dont ask~~~~~~~~~~CRUSH//MATE//KIT: not going to tell// none// none but wants one~~~~~~~~~~PERSONALITY: Protective, looses temper easily, loyal, kind to her clan~~~~~~~~~~OTHER: Was a warrior for two clans, very fierce, just ask!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2015

    Q&upsilon&alpha<_>s&iota<_>'s & V&epsilon&real&delta<_>g&real&iota<_>s' &beta&iota&sigma

    |Name| <br> Quasimoto. Yes, I DID get named after The Hunchback of Notre Dame. I promise though, I'm not ugly xD <p> |Nicknames| <br> Quasi, Q....Feel free to add more. <p> |Gender| <br> Tom. &male <p> |Age| <br> Middle-ish-aged. :D I mean, I have rped him for almost a year now, peeps! At least I age my cat. *Grumbles* <p> |Clan| <br> You are so dumb. Beyond repair. <p> |Rank| <br> I'm disappointed. I really am. <p> |Personality| <br> Meet me... 'CAUSE I HAVE CANDY! <P> |Appearance| <br> Before I start to describe myself, I'd like to apologize to Platinum. I mixed up my description with another cat rp of mine. If you scroll down at 'Emma' you will find my REAL looks. Now, I'm a slightly smaller ((hear me: SLIGHTLY)) than average Tom. My build is slim, but muscular. My fur is sand-coloured. I have medium brown dipped paws, brown-tipped tail, brown-tipped ears, brown dipped muzzle, and I have a brown stripe that starts at my forehead, and ends on my ru<_>mp. I have dark green eyes. ((I added a few things but oh well.)) <p> |Kin| <br> Unknowwwwwn. <p> |Crush| <br> T-T No. <p> |Mate| <br> Yassss. The one and only PlattyCakes! &hearts c: <p> |Kits| <br> Vermi<_>lion, Verdigris, Hoenn, Kanto, Johto, annnd....I forgot the last one /)-(\ I'm so sorry Plat! <p> |History| <br> Was born, lived, has yet to die. :D <p> .................... <p> .................... <p> .................... <p> |Name| <br> Verdigris <p> |Nicknames| <br> Ver, Verdi....eh. Add more if ya want. <p> |Gender| <br> e.e &male <p> |Age| <br> Young enough. <p> |Clan| <br> Now you're just trying to piss me off. <p> |Rank| <br> I am a unicorn, I am a unicorn. Da, da, da, da, da, da! No, I dunno yet. <p> |Personality| <br> Kind of odd...I'm not really evil at all. In fact, I can't stand the misfourtune of others, and I love to help out any wy that I can...I'm also a Vegetarian Cat. Probably the first of its kind. I cannot eat any kind of prey, or else I get violently ill. Eh. Just meet me. <p> |Appearance| <br> Platinum.... *Cries* I FORGOT. HOW COULD I FORGET? <p> |Kin| <br> Platinum is mother, Quasi is father. Siblings are- eh. Just loo at Platinum's bio. Her kits are my siblings. Erm, other family too. Don't want to list all of it.. Silverfang is uncle though. And Shatter is aunt through "marriage".. <p> |Crush| <br> Nope. <p> |Mate| <br> Nope. <p> |Kits| <br> Nawh. <p> |History| <br> Sooo long and complicated.. just kidding. Just ask! xD

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2015

    Demons awesomness bio full of awesomness crayzie things

    Nameh:cinderella dressed in yellow when up stare to kiss a fellow made a mistake kissed a snake how many docotors did it take <p>gender-meanie me a boy<p>motto:#hatethesinnernotthesin #zanely #pinkfluffyunicirnsdancingonraimnows <p>all u need is hope.somethije else and PIXIE DUST<P> peronality:crazy.random.meet me heh <p>crush:darkstar<p>themey songehy:i hate u u hate me lets get together and kil barney with a great big hammer and hit him in the head now were glad that barneys dead (my version) <p> family:all dead<p> besty awesomness friends from rainbowland:darkstar,redd,randi<p> can:somewhere over the rainbow where the blue bird fly!!!XD likes:erything <p>dislikes:coleslaw <p>use ur imination cause i look like this im black with a black tail and tip of it is white and i got dark blue eyes and im in a ninja suite <p>siggy:NINJAFOXEHCAT < P>ENJOY THE MOVIE

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2015

    Fangs bio

    Name fang look whieish tanish like a wolf fang. Blue eyes muscular and unknown moons. And crush is seven redd and swift. Personality wierd funny other ask blaa bios boring.

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