Geoffrey Chaucer Essay | Student Essay

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Chaucer

Summary: Essay provides information on the literary works of Geoffrey Chaucer.
Chaucer has written great novels in the past years. One of his great works is the Canterbury Tales. Chaucer has used a lot of satirical devices to describe the pilgrims in the Prologue and the Tales. One of the satirical devices that he uses is the irony. There are several examples in which his use of irony that can be found in the Friar's tale and the prologue.

The tale that the Friar tells does not match to Chaucer's description of him. Chaucer describes the Friar as dishonest, sinful, and immoral. In the prologue, he is described as nobleman. Chaucer says that the Friar is the "finest beggar of his batch." But in the Friar's tale, the Friar talks about the crime and blackmail committed by the Summoner.

This is an example of irony device from the Friar's Tale; "He knew the taverns well in every town and every...

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