The year Julius Caesar invaded Great Britain
The year Romans withdraw from Britain
The year Angles, Saxons, and Jutes arrive in Britain
a feudal lord or baron
honer flavored beer
The year St. Augustine comes to Britain to convert England to Christianity
The year Canterbury Tales was written
Author of Canterbury Tales
Town outside London that started off the journey
Number of people total that took part in the pilgrimage
name of bar owned by Harry Bailey
Owner of Taberd Inn
Number of stories supposed to be written
Number of stories per person supposed to be written
St. Thomas Beckett
Killed for upholding the doctrine of the King; person the pilgrims are going to see
Judge of the competition
Number of stories in the Canterbury Tales that actually exist
Month that the pilgrims are traveling; literary symbol of happiness and blooming
Number of miles traveled to Canterbury
1066 - 1485
Beginning year and ending year of the Medieval period
"Blood, phlegm, black bile, and yellow bile." Determined personality
"Most distinguished man"
"Followed chivalry, truth, honor, generousness, and courtesy"
"loved so hotly that till dawn grew pale, he slept as little as a nightingale"
"in his hand he bore a mighty bow"
known as Madam Eglantyne
"Seem dignified in all her dealings"
"3 priests with her"
"hunting was his sport"
"with fine gray fur, finest in the land"
"fat and personable priest"
"He knew the taverns well in every town"
-played the harp
"harped on his increase in capital"
"none knew he was in debt"
"whatever money from his friends he took, he spent on learning or another book"
"He knew of every judgment, case, and crime ever recorded since King William's time"
"a sanguine man"
"lived for pleasure"
"a carpenter, weaver and carpet maker"
"He could distinguish London ale by flavor"
"He should have an ulcer on his knee"
"he certainly was an excellent fellow"
"nicer rule of conscience he ignored"
"his prisoners walked the plank"
"each made money from the other's guile"
"no one could talk as well as he did on points of medicine and of surgery"
Wife of Bath
-She had gap teeth (sign of boldness and love)
"was a learned man, a clerk"
"noble example to his sheep he gave"
"maybe a mare" <-- (remember this)
"many a load of dung one time or other"
"any door off hinge and post"
-carpenter of first rate skill
"Garlic he loved, and onions too and leeks"
"he'd allow - just for a quart of wine - any good lad to keep a concubine and a twelvemonth"
"hair yellow as wax"
-Gay with summoner
-Judges on good morality and pleasure
-Says that winner gets supper in the tavern and if anyone does not obey they must pay for everything on the way.
-Tale that took place in Flanders
-Root of evil is desire
-the teller makes living out of avarice
What passes by the tavern in "Pardoner's Tale"
Who killed the man in the coffin in "Pardoner's Tale"
What do the 3 men find a pile of under the tree in the Pardoner's Tale?
How does the youngest get killed from the Pardoner's Tale?
How does the youngest of the 3 men kill the 2 older men?
Wife of Bath's Tale
-Tale where the Knight rapes the maiden
1 Year and 1 Day
How long does the Queen give the Knight to find the answer in the "Wife of Bath's Tale"?
What do women most desire?
Who is old, ugly, low-bred, and poor?
Who is the husband of Allison in the "Miller's Tale"?
John, Nicholas, and Absolon are in love with who?
Nicholas tells John that what is coming?
How many boats is John supposed to build?
Who's ass does Absolon kiss first?
What does Nicholas do to Absolon's face?
What does Absolon stick into Nicholas' ass?
When John crashes to the ground, what does he break?
The Lord of the Flies is written in what Literature form meaning "symbolic in nature"?
Psychoanalysis was founded by who?
Desire to kill father and sleep with mother?
Instinctive, impulsive, amoral, pleasure seeking and irrational part of the human psyche?
The rational mediator in the human psyche?
The moral part of the human psyche?
The kids from the Lord of the Flies are evacuated from London in what year?
Who is described as a "mystic" in the Lord of the Flies?
One who comprehends trues beyond human understanding?
A geat, son of Edgetho and nephew of Higlac. King of Geats
man-eating monster who lives at the bpottom of a foul mere, or mountain lake. Descendant of Cain.
golden guest hall built by King Hrothgar, the Danish ruler.
King of the Danes, builder of Herot.
Geat warrior, one of Beowulf's select band and the only one to help him in his final fight.
Beowulf's uncle and feudal lord
Central figure in a long narrative that reflects the values and heroic ideals of a particular society
Story within a story
process by which the writer reveals the personality of a character
-The novel's protagonist, the twelve-year-old English boy who is elected leader of the group of boys marooned on the island.
-Represents human beings' civilizing instinct, as opposed to the savage instinct that Jack embodies.
-The novel's antagonist, one of the older boys stranded on the island.
-becomes the leader of the hunters but longs for total power and becomes increasingly wild, barbaric, and cruel as the novel progresses.
-Adept at manipulating the other boys, represents the instinct of savagery within human beings, as opposed to the civilizing instinct Ralph represents.
- A shy, sensitive boy in the group.
- only naturally "good" character on the island, behaves kindly toward the younger boys and is willing to work for the good of their community.
- his motivation is rooted in his deep feeling of connectedness to nature,
- only character whose sense of morality does not seem to have been imposed by society.
-Represents a kind of natural goodness, as opposed to the unbridled evil of Jack and the imposed morality of civilization represented by Ralph and Piggy.
- Ralph's Lieutenant
- Represents the scientific, RATIONAL side of civilization.
- A sadistic, cruel older boy who brutalizes the littluns and eventually murders Piggy by rolling a boulder onto him.
Nolan G. Sponsler
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