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Kate Treadway

I love this post and I think you are completely right, we see in it what we want to see. Perhaps it relates back to the idea of "seeming" earlier in the CT; seeming isn't necessarily truth. I don't know but perhaps that's why I love Chaucer so much. He's perpetually enigmatic and will always be a puzzle we can't figure out.

As someone who has sat in Chaucer class with me and all my strong opinions, I hope you appreciate this post!


Erick Kelemen

I do appreciate your comment, Kate, more than I can possibly say!

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