The Canterbury Tales Essay | Characters of the Canterbury Tales: How Are They Alike/different?

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Characters of the Canterbury Tales: How Are They Alike/different?

Summary: This essay compares just two of the characters named in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales prologue: The Parson and the Pardoner.
When asked to compare and contrast two characters of a story, one must first read the story. Then, after reading the story and finding that the two characters are almost nothing alike, one must `dig-deep' to find some similarities between the two. In fact, that is what must be done with the Parson and the Pardoner from The Canterbury Tales. Everyone has their similarities, but this chosen couple is definitely not everyone.

Both the Parson and the Pardoner are said to be rich. The word rich is usually used in the context of money, which is how the Pardoner is portrayed in the Canterbury prologue. "In one short day, in money down, he drew/ more than a Parson in a month or two." (702-703). This is where the Pardoner is proven to be rich. It says he makes more money...

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