How Chauser shows dislike for characters in canterbury tales
In Chausers "Canterbury Tales" he shows his dislike for certain characters by the way he describes their physical appearance and the way they act towards other people and the way they act in more personal aspects. Chaucer was not reprimanded for talking about people he did because he did it in the "literary state". This essay will focus on three different people he shows dislike for by the way he describes them.
The Wife of Bath does not seem to be a favorite of his, although he seems to like her figure he seems not to like her personality. You would almost think of her as a husband kil…
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