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The Franklins Tale was a story about keeping your promise no matter what should happen Arveraguskept his promiseto his wife or at least he had the intention to Aurelius finally recieved the lady he had desired for the most but he had gave her up due to his generosity Unlike Aurelius and Averegous the clerk had nothing to win just lose In Geoffrey Chaucers The Franklin Tale Aurelius was the most generous because he was willing to lose the love of his life and be in debt only because he felt sympathyIn his heart he felt great pity for this and considering what was best on all sides thought that now he wouldrather abstain from his pleasurethan do such a very churlish retchet deed against generosity and all nobility line835 page 333 Aureius desires were going to come true after he obtains Doriganas his He payed the clerk enough money to fulfill her needs He was now in debt but finally got the women he so very much wanted However somehow his conscious got in the way when he heard that her husband had come back form fighting in EnglandAfter Aurelius sent back Dorigen he was still in debt He owed the philosopher 1000 pounds in which he did not have Master I can boast that I never fail to keep my word as yet for surely my debt to you shall be discharged even if it means I must go begging in my shirt But if you would grant on security two or three years of respite to me then it would be well for me for otherwise I must sell my inheritance there is no more to say line 892page 335 Despite losing the love of his life Aurelious was still willing to pay for his debtFinally what showed that Aurelius was the most generous character from them all was his compassion for others He was self righteous and did good deeds
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