How does Chaucer craft our responses to the Pardoner? What role does the physical human body play in the Introduction, Prologue, and Tale?

The Canterbury Tales

Answer the following questions within 4-5 sentences:

How does Chaucer craft our responses to the Pardoner? When are we drawn to him; when do we recoil?

What role does the physical human body play in the Introduction, Prologue, and Tale?

Why is the tree a significant image in the tale?

Work out the significance of the “turd-shrine” at the end of the poem.

How does the old man who longs for death affect us?

Is this poem a criticism of the Church?

Please only accept question if you are familiar with The Canterbury Tales.

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How does Chaucer craft our responses to the Pardoner? What role does the physical human body play in the Introduction, Prologue, and Tale?