Relevance of Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" for Today
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This paper discusses "The Canterbury Tales" and the character of the Parson, who is a perfect example and holds every quality a devout church leader is expected to have. His life is contrasted with that of Monk and Friar who are the exact opposites of the Parson as their lives consist of greed, gluttony and lustfulness. The current church leadership, and Mother Teresa are used as modern day examples of goodness and greed.
From the Paper:"The First way the Canterbury Tales is relevant to a modern audience is through the powerful characterization of the Parson. He is a perfect example and holds every quality a devout church leader is expected to have. The purpose for his journey to Canterbury is to enhance his own spirituality, the ideal reason for going on this pilgrimage. The Parson is an educated man and, unlike many of the others, he is very honorable. He practices what he preaches and knows that he is an example for others to follow."
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Relevance of Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" for Today (2003, February 12) Retrieved July 10, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/relevance-of-chaucer-canterbury-tales-for-today-4511/
"Relevance of Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" for Today" 12 February 2003. Web. 10 July. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/relevance-of-chaucer-canterbury-tales-for-today-4511/>