Canterbury Tales
Canterbury Tales

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Chaucer's 'Canterbury Tales' / The Status Of Women In Chaucerian Times
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A 6 page paper providing a chronicle of women's social and legal status during the period of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. The paper looks at two of Chaucer's women in particular -- the Prioress and the Wife of Bath -- examining both their social roles and the way those roles were perceived in their own day. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Chaucer's 'Canterbury Tales' / Corruption In The Catholic Church
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A 6 page paper that describes corruption in the religious base of the time. The writer argues that Chaucer intended to show his characters as ironic figures-- ones who illustrate greed and dishonesty despite their social status. The Prioress, the Nun, the Monk and the Pardoner are religious figures in Chaucer's work, and by creating ironies between their characterizations and their duties, Chaucer expresses this corruption. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Form And Function In Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
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Chaucer's Canterbury tales are said to be a collection of folktales that are told in the form of poetry. The writing was Chaucer's, the tales were collected along his travels throughout England and Italy. This 11 page paper explores the ways in which Chaucer brought form and variety to a unified work. No additional sources are listed.
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