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Chaucer’s Art of Characterization in ‘The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales’

Alternate question: The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales: Chaucer’s Art of Characterization

On the aisle of English poetry, Chaucer flourishes the fantastic colours of his words and paints different characters of his age with minute observation. Indeed, he is a great painter who paints not with colours but with words. Undoubtedly, he has:

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