Fate in The Canterbury Tales: A Contemporary Discussion
Religion, a prominent topic in Renaissance literature, is debated satirically by the Knight, the Miller, and the Reeve in Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales. Not only do these characters vary in social status, but also in their beliefs of the underlying influence of God. Their first three tales extenuate one another through contradicting religious views. The Knight, the Miller, and the Reeve demonstrate the multiplicity of views regarding the role of destiny in life.
The Knight, the first of the group to share his tale, represents the most radical religious take on destiny. The host…
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