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THE CANTERBURY TALES ADMIRABLE CHARACTERISTICS In the Canterbury Tales prologue Chaucer also finds characteristics in the pilgrims which he truly admires This is in contrast with the pervious paragraph which explained Geoffrey Chaucer use satire when pointing out character flaws Firstly Chaucer finds the knights characteristics admirable The knight follows a code of conduct described as chivalry These fundamentals aware respected in medieval Times The author describes the knight as a most distinguished manwho follows chivalry The knight is also depicted as man of truth honour curiosity and generosity who has done nobly in his sovereigns war p As Chaucer speaks admirably about the knight he does it in a fashion far from genital Exquisitely blunt Chaucer states He is a gentle and perfect knight This is a very high compliment and the even stating of perfection of one person shows absolute respect Secondly the oxford cleric is a devoted student Chaucer tells the Clerics moral virtue This is Chaucers was of comprehending the Oxford Cleric intelligence and determination This expert is bluntly understood but the reader as Chaucer relay His only care was to study pChaucer admire a scholar This could be a result of Chaucers developed relationships with intelligent educated people Perhaps Chaucer could relate the life of The cleric to someone educated whom he is friends with The last line of the clerics introduction is a precise indicator o Chaucers feelings for the student and he would gladly learn and gladly teach Chaucer admired and was fond of men who apprehended the gift of teaching because when he was a soldier these men taught his French Italian and Spanish For this he admires sharing Chaucer takes a general likening it the Oxford Cleric scholars Thirdly the honest parson is also a character Chaucer seems to admire The parson is a man his word Chaucer describes the parsons devotion to his religion he much dislikes extorting tithe or fee
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