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There is an old saying that men come from Mars and women come from Venus Venus in the Roman religion and mythology was known as the Goddess of vegetation She later became known in the Greek religion and mythology as the goddess of fertility love and beauty One could describe Venus as indicative of a woman Mars in the Roman religion and its mythology was known as the God of war In the Greek religion and their mythology he was known as Ares the God of war One could think of Ares as symbolizing a man In The Canterbury Tales written by Geoffrey Chaucer the conflict between men and women is of divergent wills and of divergent natures Will can be defined as the mental faculty by which one intentionally chooses or decides upon a course of action a desire purpose or determination especially of one in authority or if one does not have authority it thus produces the will within a person to achieve it The definition of Nature is the genuine character of person the intrinsic or essential character of somebody This essay will show how women will to obtain sovereignty over their husbands in marriage and how the nature of women allows them to use devilish tricks and tactics to get what they will In addition how the will of men in marriage is not to have conflict with their wives however it is their nature to have sovereignty over their spouse It will be demonstrated through the will of women and the nature of men that brings about the classical conflict between the genders in The Canterbury Tales written by Geoffrey Chaucer The Canterbury Tales written some 600 years ago is noted by many scholars and critics alike as the masterpiece of Geoffrey Chaucers work The central themes that are evident in The Canterbury Tales focus specifically of the conflict between men and women These conflicts are still rampant in todays
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