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The Nun's Priest- His Personality Exposed

Summary: The essay is an expose into the personality of the Nun's Priest in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Since he is not described in the General Prologue what is known about him can be inferred through the tale he tells on the pilgrimage to Canterbury.
Geoffrey Chaucer, in the General Prologue from The Canterbury Tales, gives a brief description of the pilgrims who are going on the pilgrimage from London to Canterbury; however, Chaucer does not include a description of the Nun's Priest. In all other tales, Chaucer has matched the tales to the teller. Therefore, one need only look to each tale to determine the character, personality, and values of each speaker. With this in mind it is quite easy to attribute characteristics to the Nun's Priest by the way he tells his tale, and also by analyzing the personalities of the characters within the tale. Since Chauntecleer is the main character of the tale it can be inferred that his character is in all actuality that of the Nun's Priest. So by dissecting his character and personality one can get true insight into the character that Chaucer omitted from the General...

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