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A very interesting and entertaining book which introduces the characters of Chaucher's "The Canterbury Tales". In the Prologue, Chaucer both criticizes and praises certain aspects of Medieval Society, such as chivalry, a good quality which is an abundant quality in the Knight, and promiscuity, which is a bad quality found both in the Prioress and the Wife of Bath. The characters range from the most noble and moral to the most corrupt and immoral. Overall, a very entertaining read which produces a very clear image of Medieval Society, which Chaucer portrays through each of his characters in different ways.
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