"Cantebury tales" and "La Morte Darthur": good and evil in them.
In the middle ages there were many characters ranging from good to evil. In each story there was a person that was portrayed thoroughly as being either honorable or immoral. In the "Canterbury Tales" written by Geoffrey Chaucer the majority of the travelers are evil although there are a few that are genuinely good. In the story of "La Morte Darthur" written by Sir Thomas Malory there is one exceptionally kind hearted individual. There are many characteristics that make the people in the each story good or bad.
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