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The Canterbury Tales Review. The Knight The Miller The Wife of Bath The Nun’s Priest The Pardoner The Man of the Law. Do you know the Characters?. Dueling and gods The Knight's Tale Love Triangle: Status v Wit The Miller's Tale What Women Want The Wife of Bath's Tale

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do you know the characters

The Knight

  • The Miller
  • The Wife of Bath
  • The Nun’s Priest
  • The Pardoner
  • The Man of the Law
Do you know the Characters?
do you know their stories

Dueling and gods

    • The Knight's Tale
  • Love Triangle: Status v Wit
    • The Miller's Tale
  • What Women Want
    • The Wife of Bath's Tale
  • The Flattery Chickens
    • The Nun's Priest's Tale
  • The Result of Greed
    • The Pardoner's Tale
  • Women for Trade
    • The Man of the Law's Tale
Do you know their stories?
themes

Religion and the Church

  • Women’s role in society
  • Hypocrisy
  • Nobility v the Common Man
  • Temptation
  • Love as an act, an emotion, or a forced commitment
Themes
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  • Sometimes the instructor will provide the possible topics.
  • Preparationi s necessary- you will typically receive about 50-90 minutes to give a response.
  • Usually there is not a “correct” answer. Usually you are asked to prove something.
    • A good essay starts with a good thesis! HOW & WHY!
  • Be simple, direct, and detailed: Know what you are going to prove and what content you’ll use to prove it.
  • Always prove opinion statements.
  • Proof it when you’re finished. Don’t lose points for grammar mistakes.
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