Examples Of Greed In The Pardoner's Tale

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Evil is all over the world. It's unavoidable, but where does evil start? Where does it come from? In The Pardoner's Tale, the moral of the story is that greed is the root of all evil. In the beginning of the story, the Pardoner explains what he preaches about: greed. He also explains that he likes money, rich food and fine wine, and will do anything to get those items. One of his strategies is to tell a tale about greed in hopes of gaining treasure from his audience. The Pardoner explains a story about 3 men looking for death to try and kill him. While out on their hunt, they encounter a mysterious old man that tells them where they can find death. Instead of finding death, they found gold instead. While of one of the men goes out to the
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