Chaucer' s Women

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…we can see that none of the characters are perfectly bad or good, we can mostly tell that Chaucer identifies more with the moral and pleasant characters, while leaving the other side to look corrupt and as unpleasant as possible. By comparing their two extremes of every level of society, nobility, aristocracy, clergy, men and women, Chaucer completes a sort of Good vs. Bas doctrine on which his audience should base their life styles upon.