The Pardoner in The Canterbury Tales

The Pardoner The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales is a well-known book written by English author Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century. In this poem, many pilgrims travel to Canterbury to see Thomas Becket’s shrine. They entertain one another by exchanging tales as they move along. One of these storytellers is a dubious figure known as a pardoner who earns money by offering forgiveness of sins.

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