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Chaucers Representations of Society
Chaucers Representations of Religion
Chaucers Representations of Marriage
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Absolon Aers Arcite authoritative authority Book Cambridge U.P. Canterbury Chapter Chaucer Chaucer's art Chaucer's text Chaucer's writing Christ Christian marriage Church clerical Clerk's Tale contemporary contexts conventional courtly love critical culture discourse displays dominant Dorigen economic Emily evokes exploration female fiction forms Franklin's Tale friar genre glosynge grace grope House of Fame human ideal imagination interpretation John Gower judgement Knight Knight's Tale Langland late medieval Later Middle Ages literary Lollard male desire male language male's marital sex marriage Medieval English Economy merchant mode Monk moral Nun's Priest's Tale official organisation orthodox Christian Oxford U.P. Palamon Pardoner Pardoner's Parson's Tale passage perspective piety poem poem's poet political practices profit economy readers reading reflection relationship religious represented romance ruler satire seyd shal Shipman's Tale society Summoner's swich Thanne ther Theseus Theseus's thyng traditional Troilus and Criseyde violence Wife of Bath woman women