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For "The Canterbury Tales," assess, in detail, Chaucer's stance toward one of the pilgrims. Read through his/her description in the Prologue, and glance at his/her tale. How is the tale appropriate to the person telling it? What aspect of the character does the author approve of? What does he disapprove of? What literary devices does he use to indirectly communicate this approval or disapproval?

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