"The Parson's Tale"
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This paper examines the way in which "The Parson's Tale" changes the way we read "The Canterbury Tales". In comparison to "The Wife of Bath", "The Pardoner's Tale" and "The Monk's Tale", this becomes quite obvious in the context of how the Church is portrayed. "The Parson's Tale" reminds us that Chaucer is not against the Church, as might be implied in his many tales, but only against the human corruption within it.
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