British Literature Women Of Lo

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Literature

 

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Steve A

 

Date added:

April 7, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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I play sports-any sport-all sports-football, basketball, baseball you name it. The thought of my enjoying British Literature seems hard for even me to believe. When faced with this assignment, I found myself in a slight panic. However, much to my surprise, it wasn't all that bad. In going over the choices, I knew I had to choose to write about women, and their roles in these tales...
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The fact that they were involved in sex, deceit, and adultery had nothing to do with my decision. And as Oscar Wilde said, "The world is packed with good and evil women. To know them is a middle class education." I'm certainly a believer in that philosophy! After all, that's why I'm in school. In beginning to compare and contrast the role of women the The Wife of Bath's Tale, by Geoffrey Chaucer, The Second Shepherd's Play, by Wakefield Master, and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, by Sir Gawain, one needs to look closely at the stories...
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