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Barron's Booknotes-The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer-Free Book Notes
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FORM AND STRUCTURE

The introduction to the Pardoner's Tale is in the form of a sermon that he delivers complete with fancy flourishes to the people he tries to rook into buying pardons. His tale continues the format and launches into a series of "exempla," examples with a moral point that are richly illustrated and set down one after another. The story of the three rioters is an extended version of a moral example story, used often by preachers.

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