Answered By: Erin McDaniel Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 214
We have several resources available to you.
For print books, go to the WorldCat link below. This is our catalog. Search su:Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400 Criticism and interpretation (this is a subject search for literary criticism on his works).
For Gale eBooks, go to the Databases libguide link below and click on the literature tab. All of the resources there are good. Start with the GVRL eBooks (last link) and click on the Poetry for Students icon. Once there, search "wife of bath" in the search bar on the left.
In LION, choose the criticism option, then search "wife of bath" in the subject line. Be sure to select for full text.
In EBSCO Academic Search complete, search "wife of bath", then use the limiters on the left for full text and subjects. Be sure to select criticism and characters and characteristics in literature.
In Literary Sources, you can just search "wife of bath" as well. Select the Name of Work option under the tool bar.
Let us know if you need more help.
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