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  1. Lecture Goals • General Prologue Portraits Discussion of Estates Satire and Chaucer’s voicing Miller’s Tale

  2. Chaucer Challenge • Optional contest – extra credit toward course participation grade • Write your own General Prologue—set at UCSD • E-Submit to Prof. Lampert-Weissig by 5 pm Oct. 22 (llampert@ucsd.edu) Subject heading: Chaucer challenge

  3. Contemporary Estates Satire • Mean Girls

  4. Thinksheet Week 2 • Due at the beginning of your section • Double-spaced, typed. ½ to one full page. No more than one page. • Read through each of the following portraits carefully: • The Monk (lines 165-207) • The Friar (lines 209-271) • The Clerk (lines 287-310) • The Parson (lines 480-530) • Pick ONE of these portraits and respond to the following about it: • 1. Make a list of 3-5 important details in the pilgrim’s portrait. • 2. What kind of details are these? Ironic? Serious? What is their effect? • How do they work to create this effect? • 3. How would you characterize the point of view of the narrator?

  5. Chaucer—social chameleon • Died. 1400. Wrote in Middle English • A poet with a good day job • Master of irony • “Father of English Poetry”

  6. Chaucer reading

  7. The Canterbury Tales • Frame Tale—The General Prologue • Pilgrimage • First 18 lines • Spring fever • Virtuoso poetry

  8. Canterbury Cathedral

  9. The Canterbury Tales • Frame Tale—The General Prologue • Pilgrimage • First 18 lines • Spring fever • Virtuoso poetry

  10. Frame Tale • The Host’s Proposal • Sentence and Solaas • Dramatic feel of the CT

  11. Chaucer’s Voicing • Perspective and Point of View • Chaucer’s “disclaimer” l. 717 ff • GP—8th edition, page 218 • 9th edition, page 243

  12. Estates Satire • The Three Estates • Social Commentary

  13. Three Estates

  14. Selected Portraits • The Knight l. 43 • The Squire l. 79 • The Prioress l. 118 • The Sergeant of the Law l. 311 • The Miller l. 547 • The Summoner l. 625 • The Parson l. 479

  15. Squire

  16. Prioress

  17. Monk

  18. Friar

  19. Summoner

  20. Pardoner

  21. Clerk

  22. Franklin

  23. Cook

  24. Shipman

  25. Physician

  26. Parson (line 479)

  27. Miller (line 547)