The Wife Of Bath
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Is Chaucer Outdated?
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A five page paper looking at Chaucer's "Miller's Tale" from the "Canterbury Tales" in terms of its relevance to today's world. The paper argues that a joke that requires too much explanation is no longer funny, and because six hundred years has passed between Chaucer's day and our own, this has happened to him. Bibliography lists six sources.
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Chaucer -- Lovers and Love in “The Knight’s Tale,” “The Merchant’s Tale,” and “The Wife of Bath’s Tale”
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This 5 page report discusses Geoffrey Chaucer’s views on love and lovers as presented in three of “The Canterbury Tales.” Each of these three Tales clearly speak to much of the romance Chaucer saw around, him both in terms of love and passion, as well as in the sense of the adventure and lyricism of “romanticism.” They also demonstrate darker sides of human love in a way that presents a character but makes no particular judgment on him or her. No secondary sources.
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Chaucer: Compassionate towards Human Frailty?
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5 pages in length. The question we shall seek to answer herein is whether Chaucer was tolerant of human frailty. By examining several of his works in general, it is easy to see that Chaucer not only was not tolerant of human shortcomings, but he actually preyed upon them, making light of them in his works. He played up the image of man as a bumbling fool, and the tragedy and trouble that many took upon himself foolishly. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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