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Who is called the Father of English Poetry?

[A] Charles Dickens
[B] Milton
[C] Wordsworth
[D] Chaucer
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Sandeep Shirsat
Sandeep Shirsat - 1 year ago

Sandeep Shirsat from Mumbai, India is saying Wordsworth is correct answer

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Vivek Sharma from New Delhi, India is saying Chaucer is correct answer

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Preeti Singh - 2 years ago

Preeti Singh from Barsat, India is saying Chaucer is correct answer

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Praveen Rai from New Delhi, India is saying Charles Dickens is correct answer

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Malati Baskey from Rourkela, India is saying Wordsworth is correct answer

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