Romance and Satire in the Tales of Chaucer
The attitude toward sexual love expressed in "The Reeve's Tale" of Chaucer's fabliau tale and the attitude expressed in a chivalric romance, such as "The Knight's Tale" are extremely different. The relationships between the attitude toward love displayed in the tales and the narrative devices of the tales are very contrasting. The differences are expressed through the varying manner that love is expressed, the roles of women, and the categorizing of social classes.
The expression of love, portrayal of women, and the categorization of social class exemplifies the relationships between the a…
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