The picture of the Medieval society in the Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
Medieval society was different, but not so different from what we experience today. In the fourteenth century people lived their life, almost the same life that we live. They were born, grew up, fell in love, married, had children and died. They ate, got drunk, went to work with hangovers, beat their spouses, grieved for their dead...
There was alot about fourteenth century that we would find familiar.
Women had a great role in medieval times. You can find women in different roles. Chaucer in his Canterbury Tales tells of several women. Two are among the travelers on the pilgrimage to Can…
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