Words, illustrations, and thoughts from urban youth. Sunday, October 26, Compare and contrast the two female pilgrims Today, iam going to compare and contrast the two femal pilgrims in the Canterbury Tale. They are The Wife of Bath and the other one is Prioress. They are the 2 only women, but have a lot of things in difference.
All serial killers are sociopaths.
But not all sociopaths are serial killers. In fact, many researchers believe that 1 in 25 Americans fit the criteria for sociopathy. Think of all the people you have met in your life.
Average one in Hard to believe, right?
Have you ever known someone who left you feeling confused, devastated, or chilled — maybe all at once? Maybe it was a romantic partner you think back on and describe as evil.
Maybe it was a boss whom you describe as psycho. Or that domineering neighbor. But they make people miserable. And they tend to get away with an awful lot. Sociopathy is surprisingly difficult to see. First, shift your Hollywood version of the sociopath or psychopath the terms are interchangeable — a cold-blooded serial killer — to the actual definition of a sociopath.
Sociopathic characteristics include powerful charisma, charm, spontaneity, chronic manipulation, intensity, and risk taking. Sociopaths are good at making you doubt yourself. Making you do things for them.
Making you feel crazy. Sociopaths like to win, they like to dominate. But the defining characteristic of a sociopath is a person who has no conscience.
What does this mean? An inability — not a choice, but an inability — to care or even think about the feelings of anyone else. An ability to move through life with complete disregard for their actions: Sociopaths can, because they are unhindered by guilt, manipulate their way to the top.
It could be Wall Street. It could be the local school board. It could be government. It could be their relationship with you. It could be any role. And one of the most difficult things about dealing with a sociopath is when you see it…. Many sociopaths live their lives relatively undetected — except, perhaps, by those closest to them… and only then, sometimes, to those who have learned to identify a sociopath.
Sociopaths use many tools. They are described as charming, with an almost animal-like charisma. They have magnetism, an affinity for danger, spontaneity.
They inspire a feeling of familiarity: They engage in gaslighting — making you doubt your perceptions of reality. Sociopaths are expert in identifying an easy mark — they can pick out the most trusting, decent person in the room.
Crocodile tears are a favorite method. They are masterful at evoking pity and have incredible acting skills. In fact, sociopaths have an especially strong fondness for evoking pity.
Pity is carte blanche. Good people will let pathetic individuals get away with, sometimes literally, murder. And when we pity, we are emotionally defenseless, emotionally vulnerable.Course Summary Help your students master English literature with this flexible, online textbook replacement course.
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The Prioress and the Wife of Bath, being the two most noteworthy characters, provide great insight into contemporary medieval society. Articulation of Chaucer’s opinionated views of the etiquette and conduct of women in the 14th century is exposed through both the Prioress and the Wife of Bath.
The Wife of Bath - Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales is the story of a large group of men and women going to Jerusalem on a pilgrimage. The artery which supplies the greater part of the lower extremity is the direct continuation of the external iliac.
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