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The Canterbury Tales: The Humanity of The Wife of Bath and The Pardoner
Chaucer's Wife of Bath and his Pardoner are by far the most analysed, critiqued and admired of all his characters. Even for the Miller, for his ridiculous and entertaining tale, is there not as much discussion and general literary contributions, than for these two characters. And that is exactly why - they are characters. One of the reasons as to why Chaucer has survived and been appreciated all these many years, is the fact that he gave a person to a tale. Traditionally, before Chaucer made this evolutionary text, stories where repeated for their moral and lesson. Chaucer put behind…
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