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The Parson of the Canterberry tales
The Parson is a young religious man who will explain is tale that takes place on a pilgrimage to Canterbury.
The Parson's Tale is a serious and formal sermon, long and monotonous, on the renunciation of the world.
The Parson is a very gospel like man who lives by what he practices unlike the monk and friar. Although poor himself, he never fails to give to the impoverished.
The Parson talks about all life as a journey from this base, ordinary world to the following heavenly world, where all anguish closes.
The parson suggest numerous times that God does not covet any man to die, and there are many otherworldly approaches
A parson during the 14th century had many numerous jobs. but in larger communities their job was the confessor. This meant that they would meet with people and listen to their confessions about their sins
He believes that the Seven Deadly Sins, that man must avoid: pride, envy, anger, sloth, avarice, gluttony, and lechery.
the parsons tale was more of a sermon to the pilgrims than a tale to entertain. the purpose of this sermon was to talk about how to get to the gates of heaven and what sins to avoid to be able to do that.
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