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Henry Ernest Dudeney

Henry Ernest Dudeney

(Mayfield, Suxxex, England: 10th April 1857 - 24th April 1930)

Amateur magician who enjoyed entertaining children at parties with sleight-of-hand, charades, and other party games. World’s most prolific inventor of puzzles since publishing his first book, The Canterbury Puzzles (1907). Often collaborated with leading American puzzle inventor, Sam Loyd. Dudeney, unlike Loyd, was scrupulous in giving credit to the inventors of puzzles other than his own.

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The Canterbury Puzzles by Henry Ernest DudeneyThis is a collection of many wonderful puzzles and riddles. The title stems from the fact that the first part of the book features a series of puzzles based on the characters from The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer.
  • INTRODUCTION
  • THE CANTERBURY PUZZLES
    • 1. - The Reve's Puzzle
    • 2. - The Pardoner's Puzzle
    • 3. - The Miller's Puzzle
    • 4. - The Knight's Puzzle
    • 5. - The Wife of Bath's Riddles
    • 6. - The Host's Puzzle
    • 7. - The Clerk of Oxenford's Puzzle
    • 8. - The Tapiser's Puzzle
    • 9. - The Carpenter's Puzzle
    • 10. - The Puzzle of the Squire's Yeoman
    • 11. - The Nuns Puzzle
    • 12. - The Merchant's...
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