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Chaucer: Canterbury Tales 29/01/2008 18:54:00 Canterbury Tales: Chaucer His fiction consists of a group of unrelated characters, unlike his other works. It is  not realistic though because the degree of differences that these people possess; they  would not likely intermix. General Prologue: Starts off with a description of spring. The setting makes it seem like there’s a love story about to be told, but instead 
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Unformatted text preview: he talks of a pilgrimage that they are about to embark upon. ← The “pilgrims” consist of 7 men and 3 women, on their way to Canterbury to visit a church and pay their respects to their patron saints. ← Gives a brief introduction to the people, as they will all individually tell their stories later. ← ← ←...
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