F. J. Furnivall (4 Feb. 1825 – 2 Jul. 1910) (full names Frederick James Furnivall), was an English philologist, best known for his work on publishing an edition of Canterbury Tales and founding various learned societies for the purpose of publishing medieval texts.


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