Master of Arts
J. Burke Severs
This study examines two of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, the Man of Law's Tale and the Second Nun's Tale, in order to seek out and define their theological content and, so far as possible, the religious position that Chaucer maintains in them.
Hirsh, John C., "Chaucer's holy women: some theological implications in the Man of Law's Tale and the Second Nun's Tale" (1965). Theses and Dissertations. 3376.