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Compare and Contrast

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Medieval Time Period The Middle Ages or Medieval period lasted from the 5th to the 15th century; the prior period being known as the Anglo-Saxon period. This period began with the falling of the Western Roman Empire which then led to the Renaissance and Age of Discovery in the latter. In this time King and Queens ruled the lands and become the leaders of centralized nation states, reducing crime and violence but manipulating the ideas of Christianity which led to more corruption. Two famous leaders from this period are Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth; corrupted England and restored England to its glory, respectively. The Middle Ages was full of dark times, some examples being the treatment of one another depending on social and economic class, corruption within the church, and crime within area; such as rape, murder, and thievery. Irony Primary example is the relationship of the story itself and who is actually telling the story. Symbolism Pardoner's Tale Compare and Contrast:
The Pardoner's Tale
&
Wife of Bath's Tale Table of Contents:
Medieval Time Period
Problems within the Era
Setting
Thesis Statement - Pardoner's & Wife of Bath's Tale
Irony Within Stories
Symbolism
Themes
Compare and Contrast Thesis Statement: The “Pardoner’s Tale” and “Wife of Bath’s Tale” utilizes irony as it's primary literary technique; along with the plot, setting, internal thoughts of characters and actions to showcase problems present within the Medieval era and relate to today; such as rape and thievery – to lifelong lessons such as “Greed is the root of all evils” and content featuring women’s dominance, rights, and morality in general. Pardoner's Tale Wife of Bath The primary example of irony within this story is the situation the noble Knight finds himself in. His very life depends on the entity he violated. The Old Man is said to have symbolized Death himself Wife of Bath Knight's situation represented karma and life itself. Themes Pardoner's Tale Radix malorum est cupiditas
"Greed is the root of all evil." Wife of Bath's Tale Woman's dominance. Another example was how the plot turned the worst for the three rioters. Another example is how the Old Lady's lesson is implemented which displays woman's dominance Both stories incorporated problems within the Middle Ages. Setting Pardoner's Tale Wife of Bath Belgium Britain Pardoner's tale Wife of Bath Setting
Plot
Theme Setting
Plot
Theme Author
Time Period
Themes relate to Middle Ages. http://www.hbo.com/game-of-thrones/about/video/season-3-extended-trailer.html#/game-of-thrones/about/video/season-3-beast-preview.html/eNo9jrEOgkAQREMuIdFfoNnOWNtdYqEUdIYEf2CRFS6BW7xbUEr-3BPBbjKT9zLbVDWK1WM-mor4ZLGdxNxStkIv2XFbrVWONV2wo00UxQkOwn2L01HcQDEW5Ax5DVnYge9wbRzbb1EQerZw0HAOSSB3NBp6xu-EL0i9ILIiWPIgGuY7GvxfUM6C-ieAsDToSAN1JVUfFgdD7Q==
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