Lust And Pride In Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales

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The Canterbury tales are full of many tales where there are good and evil people. There are sins that are being or have been committed in the past. Some of the deadly sins mention in the The canterbury Tale is lust and pride. Lust can be found in the tale through the wife of bath who is an “expert on marriage.” The wife does not see anything wrong with being married five times because she cannot understand that it is a sinful thing to be committing adultery. The wife defends herself by mentioning that Solomon also had a lot of wife. The wife also mentioning that she would have sex with any guy whenever they want to. The wife tells her tale and she talks about her former husbands. The wife mention how she would admire the other guys while

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