How Does Chaucer Present The Language In The 14th Century

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The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, provides the modern reader a great understanding towards the language in the fourteenth century and the content which talks about the medieval social life of all the classes from beggars to knight. The interpretation of the Canterbury Tales shows the life of English society in the 14th century which is pointedly true as the society in the 14th century were devoted to the beliefs and church. However, the act of the characters in The Canterbury Tales expresses how they actually were a people of the Church. The Tales begins with an introductions which explains a vivid understanding of the society as in many aspects such as, Christianity, morality, professions, the rich and the poor as well as their attire.
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