By Charles Dickens
Popular storyteller Charles Dickens takes at the old novel in Barnaby Rudge, a gripping fictionalized account of the anti-Catholicism turmoil that rocked England within the overdue eighteenth century. the radical pairs Dickens' social insights into the "anti-papist" riots of 1780 with the quirky, heavily saw characters that experience received him a faithful following across the world.
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Their passion for Alison leads all three men to painful fates that the Miller clearly believes they deserve; his tale presents each as seduced not only by her but by an uncritically embraced literary genre. Gullible John舗s acceptance of the depiction of Noah舗s flood in medieval mystery plays allows Nicholas to convince him that a new flood is about to engulf the world, and that he must hang separate tubs inside the roof of his house for himself, Alison, and Nicholas, in which they will weather the storm.
By 1366 he was married to Philippa, a member of the Queen舗s household, and in the following year a son, Thomas, was born. In royal service舒to the King, to John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, and perhaps to Edward III舗s eldest son, the Black Prince舒Chaucer made repeated trips abroad in the coming years, on public and secret diplomatic missions, to France, Spain, and Italy, while also participating in court life and entertainments in England. He was dispatched to Genoa and Florence on royal business at the end of 1372, and spent several months in Italy, where he is often thought by modern scholars to have met Boccaccio and Petrarch, or at least become familiar with many of their works.
John Wycliffe trans lates the Bible into English. 1385 French poet Eustache Deschamps praises Chaucer for his skill as a translator. Chaucer becomes justice of the peace for the county of Kent. 1386 He resigns from his customs duties and serves as a member of Parliament for Kent. He begins writing The Legend of Good Women, a collection of stories that will remain unfin ished. 1387 Around this time, Chaucer begins writing The Canterbury Tales. Opponents of Richard II, known as the Lords Appel lant, curtail the King舗s authority.