jan30 - wife) Women's ultimate tool - the body. In a mostly...

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1/30/08 Issues that Canterbury tales raise. The knight *conduct of royalty in court, not war. Fighting christians - France territory. Battles about gaining power. Christians were civilized. Switches sides to save himself. Save your own ass. Wife Wears red - advertises availability. Experienced. Gap-toothed(hotness) broad hips - fertility Married but doesn't reproduce. Not as fertile as she appears. worthy - wealthy. Worthy because she's good at what she does. Women had a few options(whore, nun,
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Unformatted text preview: wife) Women's ultimate tool - the body. In a mostly male world. Piers Plowman William Langland-contemporary w/ Chaucer. Identity known only from the poem Piers Plowman. Knows his bibles. Best-seller by 14th century standards. Vision of Piers Plowman Translated. Theres been a large social breakdown. Priests who dont preach. Hunt, after material gain, etc. Written in favor or the peasants, peasants cant read. February 7 Elizabeth....
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