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CHAUCER’S TALES AND THE MEDIEVAL ATTITUDE TOWARD WOMEN

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205759819
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CHAUCER’S TALES AND THE MEDIEVAL ATTITUDE TOWARD WOMEN
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3
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Paper Abstract

This 3 page paper discusses the Medieval attitudes held toward women as evidenced by the characters found in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

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