This 14 page report with a sentence outline of its points discusses “The
Knight’s Tale” of Geoffrey Chaucer’s “The Canterbury Tales” and the subject of courtly love. Chaucer’s nderstanding of society as a divinely ordained hierarchy is often a stumbling point for
the reader in understanding the deeper connections and interpretations of the characters who populate Chaucer’s work.
However, in “The Knight’s Tale,” the reader understands that chivalry and courtly love are the ultimate experiences to which a nobleman can (or should) aspire. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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