"Canterbury Tales", by Geoffrey Chaucer.
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 knight's 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 man...who follows chivalry". The knight is also depicted as man of "truth…
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