The Prologue to The Canterbury Tales by EA English Download As PDF. Characters The Knight the Squire the Yeoman the wife of bath. Saint Thomas Shrine 29 Pilgrims to Pilgrimage. Tabard Inn Herry Belly. MA English lecture in Urdu
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MA English Literature The Prologue to the Canterbury tales by Geoffrey Chaucer In Urdu Hindi PDF
Geoffrey Chaucer ( C. 1343 – 25 October 1400)
30 Pilgrims were on their way to Saint Thomas Shrine in Canterbury.
جعفری چوثر کی یہ نظم کنڑبری ٹیلز ان کہانیوں کو نظم میں بنا نا، اور انگلش میں شاعری لکھنا، پہلی بار انگلش کا کا شاہکار تخلیق کرنا، اس کو یہ اعزاز دیتا ہے کہ اس کو فادر آف انگلش لٹریچر اینڈ پوئڑی کہا جاتا ہے۔
30 Character Intro in Urdu
The Sergeant of law
The Member of a Guild
The Doctor of Physics
The Wife of Bath
The Host runs the Tabard Inn, where the group of pilgrims meet prior to their journey. The story-telling contest is the Host’s idea. A large man, the Host is loud, boisterous (noisy, energetic, and cheerful.), and jovial (cheerful and friendly.). Many believe that Chaucer modeled this character after himself.
The Yeoman Forester
“The Wife of Bath is the most believable and the most vibrant of all the Canterbury Tales characters. From the city of Bath, the Wife of Bath is wealthy and well versed in the ways of love. She’s been married five times and is perhaps going on the pilgrimage in search of husband number six. The Wife of Bath is an excellent seamstress and wears stylish clothes. She enjoys offering advice about love and relationships, and it appears that she thinks women should have the upper hand in marriage. The Wife of Bath is handsome, with a ruddy complexion and broad hips. She’s hard of hearing, perhaps due to a blow by one of her husbands. She’s described as having gap-teeth, which was a sign of sexual passion and libido in Chaucer’s time.
The Franklin the Canterbury Tales.
The plowman the Canterbury Tales.
The Friar the Canterbury Tales.
The Lawyer the Canterbury Tales.
The Manciple in the Canterbury Tales.
The Summoner in the Canterbury Tales.
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