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Chaucer, Becket, and The Canterbury Tales
Why is Chaucer considered to be the mo…
What does Chaucer focus on that is con…
Chaucer is often considered the "Fathe…
An event that affected the economic, s…
He is the most like modern writers
Characters
Originality
The Black Plague
Why is Chaucer considered to be the mo…
He is the most like modern writers
What does Chaucer focus on that is con…
Characters
11 terms
Chaucer, Canterbury Tales, 1387
The Knight's Tale
The Miller's Tale
The Reeve's Tale
The Sailor's Tale
Cousins and Knights Palamon and Arcite are POWs who see their…
Alisoun is married to John, the local carpenter. The local be…
Oswald, a former carpenter, wants to get back at the miller f…
A rich merchant from St. Denis has a beautiful wife. A handso…
The Knight's Tale
Cousins and Knights Palamon and Arcite are POWs who see their…
The Miller's Tale
Alisoun is married to John, the local carpenter. The local be…
27 terms
Chaucer- Canterbury Tales
The Knight's Tale
The Miller's Prologue
The Miller's Tale
The Reeve's Prologue
Palamon, Arcite (cousins), imprisoned by Theseus (Duke of Ath…
Miller interrupts the Monk (social hierarchy).... Reeve takes o…
Fabliau- genre that "punishes overreachers'... Nicholas (clerk o…
Reeve tells a tale about a Miller as revenge
The Knight's Tale
Palamon, Arcite (cousins), imprisoned by Theseus (Duke of Ath…
The Miller's Prologue
Miller interrupts the Monk (social hierarchy).... Reeve takes o…
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Chaucer Final: The Canterbury Tales
The General Prologue
The Miller's Tale
The Reeve's Tale
The Cook's Tale
Chaucer begins by presenting himself as a pilgrim on the pilg…
Prologue: Robin interjects and disrupts the line of quiteing,…
Prologue: Quiteing of Miller's Tale... Characters: Symkyn (Mille…
Prologue: Harsh words between the host and cook, thus innkeep…
The General Prologue
Chaucer begins by presenting himself as a pilgrim on the pilg…
The Miller's Tale
Prologue: Robin interjects and disrupts the line of quiteing,…
91 terms
Chaucer and The Canterbury Tales
journey to a sacred place, usually rel…
story in which other narratives are told
a work that makes fun of something or…
visible forms of the feudal system
pilgrimage
frame story
satire
knights and chivalry
journey to a sacred place, usually rel…
pilgrimage
story in which other narratives are told
frame story
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Chaucer and The Canterbury Tales
Vernacular
Pilgrimage
The Canterbury Tales
The Middle Ages
The common language of the people.
A journey to a holy place.
A frame story that is a satire of society in the Middle Ages.…
A time period noted for an increase in cities and middle clas…
Vernacular
The common language of the people.
Pilgrimage
A journey to a holy place.
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Notes for Chaucer and "The Canterbury Tales"
"The Canterbury Tales"
Geoffrey Chaucer
Thomas Becket
excommunication
It was written in the late 1300's by Chaucer. It presented a…
Author of "The Canterbury Tales" which reveals the lifestyles…
the Archbishop of Canterbury, close friend of Henry II who la…
The act of banishing a member of the Church from the communio…
"The Canterbury Tales"
It was written in the late 1300's by Chaucer. It presented a…
Geoffrey Chaucer
Author of "The Canterbury Tales" which reveals the lifestyles…
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Chaucer and The Canterbury Tales
Why is Geoffrey Chaucer regarded as th…
Chaucer's life is an example of the so…
Where did Chaucer do for a living?
What is Chaucer's masterpiece?
Chaucer is the most representative English author of Medieval…
He was born in 1343, the son of a wine merchant. His family b…
He was clever and ambitious and climbed the social ladder. He…
The Canterbury Tales is a narrative poem and a social satire.…
Why is Geoffrey Chaucer regarded as th…
Chaucer is the most representative English author of Medieval…
Chaucer's life is an example of the so…
He was born in 1343, the son of a wine merchant. His family b…
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Geoffrey Chaucer and Canterbury Tales
When was he born?
What happened to him in 1359?
What happened to him once he was in ro…
What was the shrine in Canterbury hono…
1340 (14th century)
captured by french during hundreds years war, ransomed by Kin…
Took trips to Italy, was a messenger, diplomat,
Thomas A Beckett
When was he born?
1340 (14th century)
What happened to him in 1359?
captured by french during hundreds years war, ransomed by Kin…
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Chaucer's the Canterbury Tales
Knight
Squire
Yeoman
Nun
Chivalrous, fought in the crusades, blood smudged.
Cultured, focused on getting girls, short gown with wide slee…
Man of the forest, wearing a green coat and hood with peacock…
Dainty, wears jewelry, elegant, loves her animals.
Knight
Chivalrous, fought in the crusades, blood smudged.
Squire
Cultured, focused on getting girls, short gown with wide slee…
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Chaucer and The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales
Father of English Literature
How many languages Chaucer spoke
Chaucer's father's job/class
What languages did Chaucer speak?
Chaucer
4
wine merchant/middle class
English, French, Latin, and Italian
Father of English Literature
Chaucer
How many languages Chaucer spoke
4
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Chaucer and The Canterbury Tales Introduction
Geoffrey Chaucer
what was chaucer's occupation?
what was chaucer called
what did chaucer compose?
member of the middle class; son of a wealthy wine merchant
government servant
the father of english literature
vernacular (common speech of the day)
Geoffrey Chaucer
member of the middle class; son of a wealthy wine merchant
what was chaucer's occupation?
government servant
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Chaucer/Canterbury Tales
languages used in academia prior to Ch…
everyday vernacular spoken in London
1340, middle class
some, but read alot
Latin and French
used by Chaucer to compose his poetry
Chaucer born
Chaucer's education
languages used in academia prior to Ch…
Latin and French
everyday vernacular spoken in London
used by Chaucer to compose his poetry
Chaucer/Canterbury Tales
Chaucer
Anglo Norman Composite
Latin and French
Modern English
Often called the father of English Poetry
Modern English
What was literature usually written in what during Chaucer's…
What language did Chaucer write in that was not proper?
Chaucer
Often called the father of English Poetry
Anglo Norman Composite
Modern English
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Chaucer Canterbury Tales Characters
Knight
Squire
Nun
Monk
honorable, chivalrous, noble; fought in the Crusades and many…
Knight's son; soldier; 20 years old; curly hair, in shape; li…
neat, orderly; speaks casual French; loves food; polite; larg…
likes to hunt; relaxed when it comes to rules; owns fine hors…
Knight
honorable, chivalrous, noble; fought in the Crusades and many…
Squire
Knight's son; soldier; 20 years old; curly hair, in shape; li…
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chaucer and canterbury tales
chaucer
canterbury tales
3 most important groups of society
4 humours
-fisrt great author ... -father of english literature ... -wrote in…
-a frame story (prologue=frame)... -represents all classes of pe…
1. feudal (land) ... 2. ecclesiastical (church)... 3. urban (cities)
four fluids in the human body that determine personality ... 1.…
chaucer
-fisrt great author ... -father of english literature ... -wrote in…
canterbury tales
-a frame story (prologue=frame)... -represents all classes of pe…
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chaucer canterbury tales characters
the knight
pardoner
the miller
prioress
Brave, experienced, and prudent, the narrator greatly admires…
Many pardoners, including this one, collected profits for the…
Stout and brawny, the Miller has a wart on his nose and a big…
Described as modest and quiet, this Prioress (a nun who is he…
the knight
Brave, experienced, and prudent, the narrator greatly admires…
pardoner
Many pardoners, including this one, collected profits for the…
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Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Themes
bifil
courages
eek
- declining spiritual authority of the church... - the motivatio…
happen
heart
also
Themes
- declining spiritual authority of the church... - the motivatio…
bifil
happen
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Chaucer Canterbury Tales Characters
Knight
Squire
Yeoman
Prioress
"a most distinguished man"... "truth, honor, generosity, and cou…
"with locks as curly as if they had been pressed"... "with wonde…
"his arrows never drooped their feathers low"... "a medal of St.…
"French in the Paris style she did not know"... "for courtliness…
Knight
"a most distinguished man"... "truth, honor, generosity, and cou…
Squire
"with locks as curly as if they had been pressed"... "with wonde…
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Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales
courtly
sedate
personable
accrue
refined or imposing in manner or appearance
characterized by dignity and propriety
pleasant in appearance and attributes
grow by addition
courtly
refined or imposing in manner or appearance
sedate
characterized by dignity and propriety
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Chaucer's Canterbury tales
knight
squire
prioress/nun
monk
distinguished, chivalrous, truthful, honorable
lover, curly locks, sings, dances, curtius, impresses women
coy, graceful, has manners, speaks poor french, owns hunting…
Travels on fine horses, wears expensive clothing, has hunting…
knight
distinguished, chivalrous, truthful, honorable
squire
lover, curly locks, sings, dances, curtius, impresses women
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Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
The Summoner
Friar
Yeoman
Bad odors
This character has carbuncles and open sores on his face
Keeps gifts to give to pretty girls
This character is called "Proper Forester"
People thought diseases were spread through what?
The Summoner
This character has carbuncles and open sores on his face
Friar
Keeps gifts to give to pretty girls
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Chaucer Canterbury Tales Vocabulary
arbitrate
array
verity
chivalry
x
...
...
...
arbitrate
x
array
...
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Chaucer/ Canterbury tales
How was the first great author
What did chaucer write in
What was his social class
Who was Chaucer patron
Chacuer or father of english literature
The vernacular
He was of merchant class upper middle class
John of gaunt
How was the first great author
Chacuer or father of english literature
What did chaucer write in
The vernacular
19 terms
Canterbury Tales: History & Chaucer
Norman Conquest- Date
Norman Conquest- By...
Norman Conquest- Consequences
Who were the Normans?
1066
William the Conquerer
Martial law; strong central government; made powerful force b…
Descended from Vikings; settled in Normandy, France, and took…
Norman Conquest- Date
1066
Norman Conquest- By...
William the Conquerer
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Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales
State of English Language
Chaucer early life and times
Medieval frame and social schemes
General Prologue:
The fitful development of English Letters. Before this, Engli…
Chaucer's father chose a career at court for his son that wol…
Chaucer freed himself from the bookish models and continental…
-Tensions between the ideal and the real: the Prioress> In th…
State of English Language
The fitful development of English Letters. Before this, Engli…
Chaucer early life and times
Chaucer's father chose a career at court for his son that wol…
13 terms
Chaucer/Canterbury Tales 2
Becket's body and blood
Chaucer's knight
spring, time of new life and awakening
The Tabbard Inn in Southwark
believed to have power to cure
on pilgrimage to give thanks for successful military campaigns
setting for beginning of story
place where poet-pilgrim narrator meets other pilgrims bound…
Becket's body and blood
believed to have power to cure
Chaucer's knight
on pilgrimage to give thanks for successful military campaigns
20 terms
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
hallowed
engendering
martyr
borish
sanctified
to give birth to
one who dies for their belief
rude
hallowed
sanctified
engendering
to give birth to
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chaucer- canterbury tales
ballad
plays
romance
frame story
A narrative poem written in four-line stanzas, characterized…
drama that is acted out
in general, a story in which an idealized hero or heroine und…
A secondary story or stories embedded in the main story
ballad
A narrative poem written in four-line stanzas, characterized…
plays
drama that is acted out
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Chaucer Canterbury Tales
what type of English is Canterbury Tal…
what are palmers?
what is the name of the inn the charac…
Where is Tabard?
Middle English
people on religious pilgrimage (Canterbury tales travel from…
The Tabard
Southwark (town South of London)
what type of English is Canterbury Tal…
Middle English
what are palmers?
people on religious pilgrimage (Canterbury tales travel from…
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Chaucer canterbury tales
Whan that Aprill with his shoures soote
The droghte of March hath perced to th…
And bathed every veyne in swich licour
Of which vertu engendred is the flour
line 1
line 2
line 3
line 4
Whan that Aprill with his shoures soote
line 1
The droghte of March hath perced to th…
line 2
8 terms
Chaucer and Canterbury Tales
Solicitous
Garnished
Preferment
Sanguine
Showing care or concern
decorated
advancement in rank
Cheerful
Solicitous
Showing care or concern
Garnished
decorated
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Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Merchant
Squire
Franklin
Pardoner
Complains about the woes of marriage. Claims he has a cursed…
Glamorous son of the knight. Uses charms to attract women --…
Asks to be excused for his rude speech, he is unlearned. ... Ar…
Sexuality in question; feminine disposition (may not have bal…
Merchant
Complains about the woes of marriage. Claims he has a cursed…
Squire
Glamorous son of the knight. Uses charms to attract women --…
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Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Spring
Framework Narrative
Literary Period for Canterbury Tales
Medieval Period Dates
Setting of the General Prologue
genre of the Canterbury Tales
Medieval Period
1066-1500
Spring
Setting of the General Prologue
Framework Narrative
genre of the Canterbury Tales
90 terms
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Spring
Framework Narrative
Literary Period for Canterbury Tales
Medieval Period Dates
Setting of the General Prologue
genre of the Canterbury Tales
Medieval Period
1066-1500
Spring
Setting of the General Prologue
Framework Narrative
genre of the Canterbury Tales
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Geoffrey Chaucer: Canterbury Tales
the wife of bath
squire
knight
summoner
had five husbands and a very bold spirit for women of that time
Squire a very feminine young boy. the child of the knight
a very noble gentleman. wears a bloodstained shirt
has a face covered in sores and is an officer of church who c…
the wife of bath
had five husbands and a very bold spirit for women of that time
squire
Squire a very feminine young boy. the child of the knight
20 terms
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Unfurl
Sundry
Shrine
Martyr
To spread or shake from a tight shape
Various or diverse
A place hallowed by its history or association
A person who endures great suffering for their religion
Unfurl
To spread or shake from a tight shape
Sundry
Various or diverse
39 terms
Chaucer--Canterbury tales
The Knight
The Squire
The Yeoman
The nun
-most prominent person of the time ... -followed chivalry... -Truth…
-Vain, lust young man... -Son of a knight ... -Talented jouster ... -C…
-proper forester... -servant of the knight ... -Dons a St. Christop…
-treated animals well... -Simple smile... -Entertaining... -Glass gray…
The Knight
-most prominent person of the time ... -followed chivalry... -Truth…
The Squire
-Vain, lust young man... -Son of a knight ... -Talented jouster ... -C…
22 terms
Canterbury Tales- Geoffrey Chaucer
The Canterbury Tales- Geoffrey Chaucer
Knight
Squire
Wife of Bath
Characters- ... • Knight ... • Squire... • Wife of Bath ... • Nun... • Friar…
...
...
...
The Canterbury Tales- Geoffrey Chaucer
Characters- ... • Knight ... • Squire... • Wife of Bath ... • Nun... • Friar…
Knight
...
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Chaucer and Canterbury tales
Chaucer was alive
considered
served as
introduced
1342-1400
father of english poetry
soldier, gov servant, member of parliament
iambic pentameter
Chaucer was alive
1342-1400
considered
father of english poetry
25 terms
Canterbury Tales by Chaucer
Friar
Knight
Squire
Wife of Bath
Asks for money for poor people... -Qualified to hear confessions…
Modest... -Perfect Gentleman... -Fighting abroad... -Not extravagant c…
Opposite of knight/dad... -Good appearance... -Touch of class... -Resp…
Gap Tooth ... -Sexual... -Strong Appearance ... -Well traveled... -Embodi…
Friar
Asks for money for poor people... -Qualified to hear confessions…
Knight
Modest... -Perfect Gentleman... -Fighting abroad... -Not extravagant c…
20 terms
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Unfurl
Sundry
Shrine
Martyr
To spread or shake from a tight shape
Various or diverse
A place hallowed by its history or association
A person who endures great suffering for their religion
Unfurl
To spread or shake from a tight shape
Sundry
Various or diverse
21 terms
Chaucer/Canterbury tales
the knight's son
a hedonistic landowner
said he had a piece of the virgin Mary…
wore red clothes
squire
franklin
pardoner
nun
the knight's son
squire
a hedonistic landowner
franklin
14 terms
Chaucer/The Canterbury Tales
Direct Characterization
Indirect Characterization
Parody
Mock-Heroic Parody
The author's direct statement about a character.
Uses the character's actions, thoughts and dialogue, as well…
Humorous imitation of a work or type of work.
Humorous imitation of epic style. Uses epic language for ordi…
Direct Characterization
The author's direct statement about a character.
Indirect Characterization
Uses the character's actions, thoughts and dialogue, as well…
24 terms
Chaucer Canterbury tales
The knight
The squire
The Yeoman
The prioress(nun)
Aristocrat, humble, honorable, crusader, chivalrous, fierce w…
The Knights son, aristocrat, romantic, young, still a good se…
Servant of knight and squire, dresses nicely, proud of himsel…
Fake, Coy, jewelry, dressed well, courtliness, oath st. Loy n…
The knight
Aristocrat, humble, honorable, crusader, chivalrous, fierce w…
The squire
The Knights son, aristocrat, romantic, young, still a good se…
34 terms
chaucer/ canterbury tales
estates satire
exemplum
allusion
irony
medieval writing
latin for example, against the sin of greed
reference of a noun
a state of affairs or an event that seems deliberately contra…
estates satire
medieval writing
exemplum
latin for example, against the sin of greed
10 terms
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Monk
Parson
Woman from Bath
Pardoner
church & flawed... *hunter (killing God's creation)... *lived comfo…
church & noble... *gave to poor... *made home calls... *paid others' t…
guild & descriptive... *handsom face, red hair, large hips, gap…
church & flawed... * rat tailed hair, bulging eyes... *feminine: no…
Monk
church & flawed... *hunter (killing God's creation)... *lived comfo…
Parson
church & noble... *gave to poor... *made home calls... *paid others' t…
36 terms
Geoffrey Chaucer and Canterbury Tales
Geoffrey Chaucer
Geoffrey Chaucer
Geoffrey Chaucer
Geoffrey Chaucer
Father of English Poetry
Father of English Fiction
Father of English Literature
His family belonged to the middle class
Geoffrey Chaucer
Father of English Poetry
Geoffrey Chaucer
Father of English Fiction
90 terms
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Spring
Framework Narrative
Literary Period for Canterbury Tales
Medieval Period Dates
Setting of the General Prologue
genre of the Canterbury Tales
Medieval Period
1066-1500
Spring
Setting of the General Prologue
Framework Narrative
genre of the Canterbury Tales
96 terms
Canterbury Tales & Chaucer Exam
Feudal
Feudal
Feudal
Ecclesiastical
What class is the Knight in?
What class is the Squire in?
What class is the Yeoman in?
What class is the Prioress in?
Feudal
What class is the Knight in?
Feudal
What class is the Squire in?
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