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Chaucer's Monk

Emma Poynter and Chelsea Sparks

Emma Poynter

on 10 March 2010

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Transcript of Chaucer's Monk

The Monk Appearance Robe with fur Fat, bald and greasy pin of gold Personality arrogant ignored some teachings of the Bible to indulge himself ignored his duties as a monk Place in Society Member of the church Corrupt as so many other religious leaders of the time Was expected to carry out his studies or copying text, but did neither. Modern look-a-like Danny DeVito With a little make up and hair product, we think he could fit all of the characteristics of Chaucer's Monk. Internet Resources librarius.com bookrags.com The Monk is considered one of three corrupt pilgrims along with The Frioress and the Friar. Chaucer does not include much of his own personal opinion when describing the Monk and his activities. http://courses.fas.harvard.edu/~chaucer/gp1-18.wav
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