Where Did Geoffrey Chaucer Go to School?

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It is suspected that Geoffrey Chaucer attended the St. Paul's Almonry Grammar School, which was close to his home area. He is one of the famous writers of Medieval England, who is said to have had the ability to read and write before attending school.
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