What Is The Human Nature Of The Pardoner's Tale

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Geoffrey Chaucer was one of the greatest poets of the middle ages. He is recognized to be the father of English poetry. One of his more famous works of poetry is his short collective stories written in verses, known as Canterbury Tales. Which is basically about a group of people who are taking a long journey to Canterbury England and are told that whoever gives the best story at the end of the journey will get a free meal. Among these tales is a short story called “The Pardoner's Tale” It is narrated by a hypocritical pardoner who pardons people for the sin he himself is also committing. In the text “The Pardoner's Tale” by Geoffrey Chaucer, the author satirizes human nature in his text by his use of irony, symbolism and personification. Initially

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