THE PRETENTIOUS AND THE PRECOCIOUS: The Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer; Analysis of Monk and Oxford Cleric
Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales proves his most famous work; it is indeed one of the most acclaimed works written during the Middle Ages. Authored in late fourteenth century England, The Canterbury Tales is a compilation of tales which can be best described as a work of poetry. Chaucer's chief goal of The Canterbury Tales is to criticize society; he accomplishes this through use of fabliaux and parody, as well as descriptions of two characters, Monk and Oxford Cleric.
Chaucer ridicules--and extols--people through their physical descriptions. The Monk is fat and does not believe…
- Canterbury Tales
- The Canterbury Tales--Geoffrey Chaucer.....explains how Chaucer says that the Medeival Church is corrupt
- THE PRETENTIOUS AND THE PRECOCIOUS: The Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer; Analysis of Monk and Oxford Cleric
E-pasta adrese, uz kuru nosūtīt darba saiti:
Saite uz darbu: