14Sep 2021 by
Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales is, at its core, a series of character sketches that serves to create a picture of what life is like in the medieval estates (class structures) of the late 15th century. Of the three stories assigned (on the Miller, Pardoner, and Wife of Bath), which is the best illustration of its eponymous character? How does it best fit in the estates satire? Is this due to characterization? Does the tale have more moral meaning that relates to the character and his or her prologue? Is it more entertaining? Be sure to use at least two cited textual examples. Your response should be a single paragraph only. You should avoid first and second person and maintain third person throughout.
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