Summary: “The Wife of Bath’s Tale”

It's been a while since I have written a "Tales from Chaucer" post. This is where I write a summary of a tale from Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales and consider some of its main themes. "The Wife of Bath's Tale" is arguably one of the more well-known tales, probably because it is such a great story.... Continue Reading →


Summary: “The Miller’s Tale”

A while ago, I started a new blog section called "Tales from Chaucer", where I talk about some of the stories in Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales. Like before, whilst I will be summarising this tale and, to an extent, analysing it, I'm only going to scratch the surface of what it really means; Chaucer's tales are... Continue Reading →

Summary: “The Knight’s Tale”

During this university term, I have been reading a selection of Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, and I thought it might be nice to share a few summaries of them. Please bear in mind, though: I'm only scratching the surface of these tales; there are so many complex themes going on, particularly connecting the different stories, and... Continue Reading →

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