Kantrowitz, Joanne Spencer, 1931-. Lindsay, David, Sir, fl. 1490-1555. Ane satyre of the thrie estaits.
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Discusses the element of estates satire in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Because of this, the travelers that actually do belong to one of the three traditional estates stand out in sharper relief. Provides information and examples for each of the three estates. Chaucer uses the concept of nonpareils (peerless characters) in constructing his characters, which already signifies that these characters are meant to serve as stand-ins for larger social concepts.
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Lindsay's Ane satyre of the thrie estaitis. Published 1975 by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln. Allegory, Didactic drama, History and criticism, Satire. David Lindsay Sir (fl. 1490-1555).
Joanne Spencer Kantrowitz, American writer. Grantee American Council Learned Society, 1971, Medieval Society of America, 1973; recipient Leadership awards Professional Women in Construction, 1987, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Tarrytown, 1994.
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Joanne Spencer Kantrowitz, Dramatic Allegory:Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis, University of Nebraska Press, 1975.
The "Third Estate" was the Peasantry (everyone else, at least under feudalism: those who produced the food which supported those who prayed and those who fought, the members of the First and Second Estates). Note that the categories defined by these traditional "estates" are gender specific: they are defined by what a man does for a living as much as by the social class into which he was born. Women were classified differently
Joanne Spencer Kantrowitz, Dramatic Allegory:Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis, University of Nebraska Press, 1975. series 3 vo. (1846)Original Letters relative to British HistoryEllis, e. , p. 79-285.