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Introduction of ENG 307: The Poetry of Geoffrey Chaucer, upon which the 2009 Alumni Studies course (Chaucer's Canterbury Tales) was based. Presented by John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.Di John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.
 
The ways in which The General Prologue establishes the foundation for his framed narratives in The Canterbury Tales, presented by John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.Di John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.
 
Introduction of the character of the Wife of Bath and an exploration of the themes of The Wife of Bath's Tale, presented by John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.Di John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.
 
Continuation of the analysis of the Wife of Bath, who had been introduced in the previous lesson on The Wife of Bath's Tale, presented by John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.Di John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.
 
The moral lessons and major themes of The Nun's Priest's Tale, along with those of the Prologue in The Parson's Tale, presented by John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.Di John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.
 
The conclusion of The Canterbury Tales and a preparation for the reading of Troilus and Criseyde with a summary of its major themes, presented by John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.Di John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.
 
The opening invocation and narrator of the epic poem, Troilus and Criseyde, and compares the work and its themes with The Canterbury Tales and other poems, presented by John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.Di John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.
 
A revisting of the allegories within book three of Troilus and Criseyde and an explanation of the changing tone and paradoxes of book four, presented by John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.Di John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.
 
Symbolism within the final book of Troilus and Criseyde and contrasts Chaucer's depiction of Troilus with other literary representations of the story, presented by John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.Di John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.
 
The final lecture by John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus., during his course on Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, in which he examines the linguistic, artistic, and moral achievements of Geoffrey Chaucer.Di John Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild '24 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.
 
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