If you need to use a citation for the poem, you may set up the citation like this: (anonymous line 3).

For this week`s journal, submit a one-page typed response to one or all of the works we read concerning the three Alisons (the poem “Alison” on page 533 and/or The Canterbury Tales “The Miller`s Prologue and Tale” pages 282-298/ “The Wife of Bath`s Prologue and Tale” pages 300-328)
All work in this class should be in M.L.A. style and format. There`s a M.L.A. module at the top of our Canvas course if you need a review. When providing in-text citations for Chaucer, the set-up would look like this: (Chaucer line 1300). If you need to use a citation for the poem, you may set up the citation like this: (Anonymous line 3). Use the line number(s) rather than the page number for these texts.
If you aren`t sure what to write about, here are some ideas:
Discuss theme
Analyze a quote or quotes for deeper meaning
Relate the work to another piece of literature, history, art, and then elaborate on the connection.
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