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Chaucer's 'The Pardoner's Tale' and Malory's 'Every Man'
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In this 6 page essay, the writer describes how we can infer much about an author's society & era from the stories they wrote and the way they were presented. The two examples cited are 'The Pardoner's Tale' from Chaucer's 'Canterbury Tales' and 'Every man' by Malory. Issues concerning wealth, social class, etc;-- are discussed with relevance to characters in each of these two classic stories. No Bibliography.
Filename: Pardoner.wps

Chaucer’s “Knight’s Tale” and the Cult of Courtly Love
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A five page paper analyzing Chaucer’s use of the Knight’s Tale to illustrate the courtly love genre so popular in the era immediately preceding his own. The paper defines courtly love and shows how it is manifested in Chaucer’s story. Bibliography lists five sources.
Filename: KBchau12.doc

Chaucer’s “Shipman’s,” “Cook’s,” and “Miller’s” Tales
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A six page paper looking at three of the stories in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales: The Shipman’s Tale, The Cook’s Tale, and The Miller’s Tale. Each story is shown to be a ribald story which is told at the expense of a lower-class tradesperson or rural bumpkin from an implicitly upper-class, educated point of view. Bibliography lists six sources.
Filename: KBchau14.wps

Geoffrey Chaucer’s Life
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A five page paper looking at the life of this great author of the fourteenth century. The paper shows that although he spent his life in government service, this helped his literary career through exposing him to different locales and diverse types of people -- influences which came together in The Canterbury Tales. Bibliography lists four sources.
Filename: KBchau13.wps

Knight's Tale Vs. Sir Gawain / Conflicting Obligations Of Knighthood
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In 5 pages, the writer discusses conflicting and overlapping obligations of knighthood as present in Chaucer's The Knight's Tale and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
Filename: Knigconf.wps

Male/Female Relationships in Chaucer's 'Canterbury Tales'
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A five page paper looking at the way Chaucer depicts the relationships between the sexes in the Knight's, Merchant's, Miller's, and Wife of Bath's Tales. The paper concludes that of all these, the only one which accurately replicates a reciprocal relationship is the Wife of Bath, because the others see women only as objects or stereotypes. Bibliography lists two sources.
Filename: KBchau15.wps

Man And Woman In 'To the Lighthouse' By Virginia Woolf And 'Wife of Bath's Tale' By Geoffrey Chaucer
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A 5 page paper which compares the relations between man and woman depicted in Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse and Geoffrey Chaucer's 'Wife of Bath's Tale' from The Canterbury Tales. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Litebath.wps

Morality and Immorality in Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales”
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An 8 page paper looking at Geoffrey Chaucer’s most famous work in terms of its treatment of morality. The paper concludes that although many of the tales are wholesome and many are bawdy, the most inherently immoral are those, told by representatives of the Church, which are hurtful to one’s fellow human beings. Specific tales discussed in depth include the Pardoner’s, the Prioress’, and the Friar’s. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KBchau11.wps


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