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.