The Pardoner's Prologue and Tale Essay | Essay

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Pardener's Tale Vs. Simple Plan

Summary: Comparison of Chaucer's "Pardoner's Tale" and Sam Raimi's "A Simple Plan" in conversation form
CHAUCER: "While many rely on previous texts as stimulus for their own, there is no excuse for your direct imitation of my own work.

RAIMI: I have no idea what you're talking about, Sam said defensively

CHAUCER: Ahhhh...but you do, my friend, your film..... it is merely a copy of my pardoners tale is it not"

RAIMI: Geoffrey Chaucer"

CHAUCER: Yes...you're right; I am Chaucer, the only true composer of the pardoner's tale. This film "A simple plan" you have constructed is a merely a plagiarism of my masterpiece.

RAIMI: My film! My film in nothing like your stupid poem...to begin with your has been altered throughout the dynamic nature of time to be perceived with a broad degree of ambiguity. It is with no surprise that my work has been created the way it has been. Social, cultural and political influences dictate changes which...

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