Discuss the ways in which Agbabi responds to and complicates Chaucer’s representation of gender, domesticity, race, or local identity

Read Chaucer’s “The General Prologue” and Agbabi’s “The Clerks Tale” in concert with each other to arrive at a richer and more complex understanding of both texts. Discuss the ways in which Agbabi responds to and complicates Chaucer’s representation of gender, domesticity, race, or local identity