Wordes Of The

The Squire's tale ends two lines into its third section and following
The Squire's tale ends two lines into its third section and following
The Squire's tale ends two lines into its third section, and following this abrupt termination is the wordes of the Frankeleyn to the Squier. The Franklin praises the young Squire's attempt at a courtly romance and says that he wishes his own son was more like the Squire. This is followed by the wordes of the Hoost to the Frankeleyn. Many critics believe that the words of the Franklin to the Squire are intended as an interruption of the tale that threatens to go on far too long. However, I
Women In The Canterbury Tales
Women In The Canterbury Tales
Women In The Canterbury Tales The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer serves as a moral manual for the 1300’s and years after. Through the faults of both men and woman, he shows in each persons story what is right and wrong and how one should live. Under the surface, however, lies a jaded look and woman and how they cause for the downfall of men. “The Knight’s Tale” is one of chivalry and upstanding moral behavior. However, beneath the surface lies the theme of the evil nature of women. Emily p