The Pardoner Tone Analysis

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The tone of the Pardoner throughout the course of the story presents an image of a man dealing with questions about his faith. In the prologue, the pardoner preaches against sins such as pride, laziness, hypocrisy and dishonesty. A great many people do wrong; taking the easier way out, the Pardoner strives to show them the error of their ways. The pardoner has an attitude of concern; he wants them to be a better people. The prologue makes it clear that the Pardoner ensures a significant tone towards his audience, as well has himself. An example of this is when he says "And rynge it out as round as gooth a belle." in line 331. This comparison he makes for himself and a round bell references his appearance; he fears he is fat or round like
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