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Calls to cancel Chaucer ignore his defense of women and the innocent – and assume all his characters’ opinions are his

By Jennifer Wollock, Professor of English, Texas A&M University
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Chaucer’s career as a secret agent helped him assume different disguises in his writing. Some scholars interpret this role-playing as Chaucer being sexist and anti-Semitic.

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