While I will not pretend to be any kind of expert on classroom management, I have learned a thing or two of value in the time I spent teaching in a public high school setting. The suggestions I offer...
A treatment of Chaucer’s views on dream theories and origins and the foreshadowing of what would eventually emerge as modern theories of dream origins and functions
Characters in satire function as both the character element and as representative of a concept or idea meant to further the social criticism. The following discussion includes analysis of several 18th century characters in works of satirical fiction.
This article is a discussion of satire as it is used in Jonathon Swift’s Tale of a Tub, Erasmus’ Praise of Folly, Samuel Johnson’s The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia, and Voltaire’s Candide.
An analysis, interpretation and discussion of the symbolism and allegory within part three of Chaucer's first canterbury tale, told by his Knight character.
This is a discussion of Jane Austen's use of her novel Northanger Abbey to point a satirical finger at both literary tendencies of her time and at specific contemporary works of literature.