Though the Physician keeps himself in perfect physical health, the narrator calls into question the Physician’s spiritual health: he rarely consults the Bible and has an unhealthy love of financial gain.
Can you check the following sentences for me, please? Thank you. 1) Introduce the English Renaissance focusing your attention on their view of nature, of man and their conception of the universal order. What was the literature of
I need to find an online version of the Canterbury Tales to read the Prologue. I tried three sites but they do not work or I don't understand them. Does anyone know any other websites to find the Canterbury Tales ?
I had problems in sending you my sentences on the Canterbury Tales. Can you please check them and let me know if the word choice is correct? Thank you very much in advance. 1)The tales are structured as a series of interlinked
In "The Prologue" of The Canterbury Tales, what is Chaucer's main reason for writing about the pilgrimage? A:To reveal the characters' beliefs about their religion B:To explain the personalities of different characters*** C:To
I forgot to include the following sentences. Can you please have a look at them, too? 1)Their voyage starts from (better: begins at Tabard Inn) Tabard Inn in London, that is connected to (with?) pleasure and ends in Canterbury, a
Many writers create characters who are blissfully unaware of how they are perceived by others. One of the most complex examples of this is Chaucer's Pardoner. In one character we see a complex mix of what he is, what he is
The problem is I don't know how to answer this question. Many writers create characters who are blissfully unaware of how they are perceived by others. One of the most complex examples of this is Chaucer's Pardoner. In one
Can you help me check these sentences, please? Thank you very much in advance. 1) The new factor in the Canterbury Tales is that there is individualization (?) . THe character exists because he has reactions and is in movement. 2)
I forgot to include these few last sentences. Thank you. 1) Chaucer projected (?? planned) to write 120 tales. 2) The characters almost come from the same social class because the nobles wouldn't travel (better: wouldn' have