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The Canterbury Tales

by

Geoffrey Chaucer

Written: 1380's - 1390's

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Table of Contents

Literary Elements

Setting
Character List
Short Summary (Synopsis)
Themes
Mood
Geoffrey Chaucer - Biography

Chapter Summaries with Notes / Analysis
The General Prologue
The Knight's Tale
The Miller's Tale
The Reeve's Tale
The Cook's Tale
The Sergeant at Law's Tale
The Sea Captain's Tale
The Prioress' Tale
Tale of Sir Topas
The Tale of Melibee
The Monk's Tale
The Nun's Priest's Tale
The Wife of Bath's Tale
The Friar's Tale
The Summoners's Tale
The Clerk's Tale
The Merchant's Tale
The Squire's Tale
The Franklin's Tale
The Physician's Tale
The Pardoner's Tale
The Second Nun's Tale
The Canon's Yeoman's Tale
The Manciple's Tale
The Parson's Tale

Overall Analysis
Character Analysis
Plot Structure Analysis
Themes - Theme Analysis
Author's Style
Chaucer's Use of Language
Symbolism / Motifs / Metaphors / Imagery / Symbols
Key Facts

Questions
Study Questions / Book Report Ideas

 

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