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Radix malorum est Cupiditas: The Pardoner’s Paradox

Radix malorum est Cupiditas: The Pardoner’s Paradox

A Character Study on the Pardoner in Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales

by Alyssa Rittinger

Within The Canterbury Tales, 1,251 more words


RGC 31. The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer

This British Literature class has got me feeling some type of way: freaked out about the Middle Ages. Things were weird. Social norms were wildly different. 261 more words


Allison, the Wife of Bath, & Feminism

Allison, the Wife of Bath:

Chaucer’s Magnificent Matron of Misogyny

      While most are buried with their repugnant sentiments leaving no more of a trace than a scowl on their corpse, artists do not have the freedom to die and be forgotten. 1,440 more words


Canterbury Collection

These leather, handcrafted coin purses are a great way to carry your small items or gift a jewelry piece! They are a part of our Canterbury Collection. 23 more words

Chisme Chick Shop

Notes on Merchant and lovemaking

Table top notes by Yr12 relating to ll 530- 630.

januarie table tops

Notes on presentation of Januarie, May and Damyan….

Friendship at Forty

Remember that part in Catcher in the Rye where Holden talks about how, when you’re done reading a book that you really love, you wish the author was a friend of yours so that you could call him up whenever you wanted, and go hang out with him? 1,509 more words

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Study Group In Middle English Mysticism

Middle English Mysticism

St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church (Edinboro, PA)

February 14, 21, and 28 at 12 noon

Dr. Deborah DuBartell will be leading a study group in Middle English mysticism. 161 more words