During the 1300’s, it was a time in history, when women had the least involvement and power in their society and households. It was an era of anti-feminists, who opposed women to prosper and excel in the community. The Middle Ages wasn’t a soothing period for women of both, higher and lower class due to the male dominated culture. Chaucer wrote The Canterbury Tales in the late fourteenth century, when women were restricted to express any opinions about certain religious topics. But, Geoffrey Chaucer
social class during the middle ages. The Canterbury Tales was written by Geoffrey Chaucer during the late 14th century. This novel was a revolutionary piece of work for many reasons.
London sometimes between 1340 and 1344 to john Chaucer and Agnes Copton. His father was a wine merchant and deputy to the King’s butler. Chaucer is known as the Father of English literature and he is considered the greatest English poet of the Middle Ages. According to tradition, Chaucer studied law at inner Temple. He achieved fame in his lifetime as a great author, poet, bureaucrat, astronomer, and a philosopher. Chaucer first appeared in public records in 1957 as a member of the house of Elizabeth