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Religion and Chaucer's Wife of Bath
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A 6 page look at this larger-than-life character from Geoffrey Chaucer's 'Canterbury Tales,' in terms of her unorthodox views on religion. The paper holds that the Wife's theology is of this world as opposed to the next, earthly as opposed to celestial, material as opposed to spiritual. It is not the officially-sanctioned faith of the late middle ages, and yet, Chaucer implies, it is shared by more people than the Church would care to think. No additional sources.
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Religious Hypocrisy in Chaucer’s “The Monk’s Tale”
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A 6 page paper analyzing the personality of the Monk in this excerpt from The Canterbury Tales. The paper concludes that to Chaucer, the sin which the Monk commits by breaking his religious vows is somewhat mediated by the fact that the dogma on which the vows were based was flawed to begin with. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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The Canterbury Tales in Cinema
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A 6 page research paper that examines the way in which Chaucer's masterpiece has been dramatized in film. Surprisingly, the wealth of characterization encompassed on Geoffrey Chaucer's medieval masterpiece The Canterbury Tales has not been extensively addressed by filmmakers. Of the two films that have been based on the Chaucer's work, the writer argues that it is the film that does not deal directly with Chaucer's subject material that is closer to the intentions of the original work. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Fabliau And 'The Miller's Tale'
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A 5 page paper examining the fabliau genre as it is developed in Chaucer's 'Miller's Tale.' The paper gives special attention to the question of what makes the tale funny, and whether these effects are still funny today. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Milltale.wps

The Importance Of Time in Fourteenth - Seventeenth Century British Literature
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A 5 page paper contrasting the various kinds of temporality shown in Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales; the morality play Everyman; and Shakespeare's King Lear. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Time14.wps

The Role of Women in Hamlet & Canterbury Tales
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An 8 page paper examining the way women are portrayed in Shakespeare's and Chaucer's works. The paper concludes that both these authors treat women with singular well-roundedness, exhibiting a deep understanding of the female psyche. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Five Plays By Eugene O'Neill
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A 5 page summary of the major themes and plot lines of five of O'Neill's most well-known plays: 'The Hairy Ape,' 'The Emperor Jones,' 'Desire Under the Elms,' 'Strange Interlude', and 'The Iceman Cometh'. It demonstrates O'Neill's mastery of a variety of literary techniques to explore the full range of the human character. Bibliography lists two sources.
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Recurrent Themes in the Works of Eugene O'Neill
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A 17 page criticism of Eugene O'Neill - -focusing specifically upon how he portrayed the way in which hidden psychological processes intrude upon our outward actions. Two works by O'Neill are discussed throughout the paper : 'The Ice Man Cometh' and 'Hughie.' Through a discussion of characters and circumstances complemented by cited criticisms, the writer does an excellent job proving an original & insightful thesis. Bibliography lists 14 supporting sources.
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