prologue n.序言, 开场白; 序幕 作序幕的事件 道开场白的演员(一连串事件等的)开端(to) the prologue to the French Revolution 法国革命的序幕
【general principles】意思是【总则 总纲】.【双语例句】1. The Afro-Asian nations had approved the basic general principles of non-alignment. 亚非国家已经同意了不结盟的基本通则.2. The fitst session adjourned without going beyond
The General Prologue describes the meeting of 29 pilgrims in the Tabard Inn in Southwark (in fact they add up to 31; it has been suggested that the prioress's 'preestes three'
11. ____believes that man's fate is predeterminedly tragic, driven by a combined force of 'nature”, both inside and outside. A. Charles Dickens B. Thomas hardy B C. Jane Austen D. William Blake12. “So was it when my life began/ So is it
IV. Chaucer 1. Life 2. Literary Career: three periods (1) French period (2) Italian period (3) master period 3. The Canterbury Tales A. The Framework; B. The General Prologue; C. The Tale Proper. 4. His Contribution. (1) He introduced from France
《坎特伯雷故事集》介绍 ContextThe Canterbury Tales is the most famous and critically acclaimed work of Geoffrey Chaucer, a late-fourteenth-century English poet. Little is known about Chaucer's personal life, and even less about his education,