Geoffery Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales

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The Friar’s Tale Ecker, Ronald and Crook, Eugene “The Canterbury Tales” The Canterbury Tales; written by Geoffery Chaucer in the middle ages stands out as one of the key pieces of poetry from the time. The Canterbury tales consist of many tales told by pilgrims on their way to The Cathedral of St. Thomas A. Becket in Canterbury. Thirty pilgrims gathered for the voyage to the cathedral and all agreed to tell two tales there and two on the way back. The pilgrims on the trip all come from different background and all have different professions that will make each of their tales’ unique. The Friar’s tale carries unique components and lessons. The Friar’s prologue and tale will be elaborated in the most detail here. The Friars prologue comes
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