What Is Chaucer's Dislikes In The Canterbury Tales

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Chaucer has created many characters in the Canterbury tales that he likes and many he dislikes. He is a very critical and detailed writer about these characters. With these characters, Chaucer has created real life issues with religious figures. Chaucer’s has showed how good religious figures can be and how corrupt they can be as well. Chaucer less favorite character was the monk. The monk is another religious who is very corrupt. That likes to go hunting a lot of the time instead of reading in his cell which against the rules. The monk will dress gaily rather than wearing his simple robes, that other monk might wear. The parson is one of the characters Chaucer really likes. The monk compared to him is like the devil. The parson stays at
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