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Today’s Agenda. Return quiz & go over homework Reassemble groups & finish activity on Chaucer’s Prologue Go over the handout on women (from last class) Begin discussion of “The Wife of Bath’s Prologue,” guided by reading questions (assigned to groups last class). Homework for next class.

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Today s agenda

Today’s Agenda

  • Return quiz & go over homework

  • Reassemble groups & finish activity on Chaucer’s Prologue

  • Go over the handout on women (from last class)

  • Begin discussion of“The Wife of Bath’s Prologue,” guided by reading questions (assigned to groups last class)


Homework for next class

Homework for next class

  • Read Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, “The Wife of Bath’s Tale” 275-84

    • Note: easy-to-read translations are on our class website

  • Do your next assigned group Chaucer question

    • (the group questions are posted online)

      Presentations next class:

  • Anna Parra: Brief summary & points of interest—“The Wife of Bath’s Tale”

  • Genevieve Poesch: Chaucer and his era

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  • Essay #1 is due next Thurdsdayat the beginning of class

    • Turn in a paper copy

    • Also, upload your essay to Turnitin.com

      • See our class website for link, class ID, and password


  • Group activity

    Group Activity

    Be prepared with answers to these basic questions:

    1. In your own words, briefly describe the character (s) you were assigned.

    2. Point to some quotes from the text to support your overall assessment of the character (s).

    3. Explain whether or not the text implies there is some flaw in the character (s).

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    Group 1: the Knight & the Squire (NA 219-21, lines 43-100)

    Group 2: the Nun (Prioress) (NA 221-22, lines 118-162)

    Group 3: the Monk (NA 222-23, lines 165-207)

    Group 4: the Friar (NA 223-225, lines 208-71)

    Group 5: the Wife of Bath (NA 229-30, lines 447-78)

    Group 6: the Parson (NA 230-31, lines 479-530)

    Group 7: the Pardoner (NA 234-35, lines 671-716)


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