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Hypocrisy And Corruption In The Canterbury Tales

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No one can ignore the fact that hypocrisy is everywhere especially in America. The Internet, TV, and even talking to friends, family members or a stranger you hear the corruption and hypocrisy coming out of their mouth. America has been hypocritical since the early ages and no one can deny the corruption and hypocrisy that has been part of America in many ways. Nowadays people are hypocritical and judge others in how they act or say things. During the 1380s, Geoffrey Chaucer wrote The Canterbury Tales, highlighting the hypocrisy and corruption in the Catholic Church with the character The Pardoner. The Pardoner is the most hypocritical and corrupt of the Catholic Church. He convinces people to pay for relics or
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