A literary analysis of Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales.

Write a literary analysis essay, focusing on one of the following topics: · The imagery of The Canterbury Tales · The use of the first person (and sometimes third person) point-of-view in narrating the story · How Chaucer sets the mood in the poem · An exploration into the theme of greed · Exploration into the theme(s) of the “Wife of Bath’s Prologue and/or Tale” · Compare/contrast the “Wife of Bath’s Prologue and/or Tale” · Roman Catholicism vs. the secular in The Canterbury Tales · The representation of social classes · The theme of the corruption of the church in The Canterbury Tales · The author’s view of women and femininity · The gender double-standard visible through “Wife of Bath’s Prologue and/or Tale” In responding to one of these topics, you should move closer to a deeper understanding of the story’s theme and the author’s craft. Your essay’s thesis (central idea) must clearly indicate which of the topics you have chosen. Cite specifically from the text. Requirements: 3 – 5 page double-spaced typewritten essay in MLA format in response to the assignment. Use 12 pt. Times new Roman font only. Works Cited page is necessary. only this sources Book:Puchner, Martin, ed. The Norton Anthology of World Literature. vol. 1. shorter 3rd ed. New York: W. W. Norton and Company, 2013

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