Inquiry II Proposal

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For Inquiry II I plan to explore the well discussed hierarchy of classes in the times of the Canterbury tales. The tale I will be using is the Miller’s Tale. The first disruption of the class order is when the Miller steps up in front of the Monk, who would go next according to this class. Avoid definitive statement Refer to pg 561 in Strohm for a possibly better description of the process that you are undertaking
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We see that he is farther down the class rank by the way he describes Alisoun. He uses details that would be consistent of someone who lives on a farm or in a village as opposed to where the knight lived. I will start this paper by describing how life was in the time of the Canterbury Tales (between 1387 and 1400) and then relate it to how the Miller uses words to describe things.Avoid definitive statement Refer to pg 561 in Strohm for a possibly better description of the process that you are undertaking I plan to use articles that a librarian showed me. The website is called
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