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In what genre is The Nun's Priest's Tale written?
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It is quite clear that Chaucer represents his age.His fables render moral lesson.He takes the gene of short stories or he is narrator and applies mild satire.
Posted by arjun on September 27, 2009 at 5:42 AM (Answer #1)
The Nun's Priest's Tale of Chanticleer the rooster and Sir Russell the fox is a beast fable. Aesop's Fables may be the most famous example of this genre, in which animals behave as though they are humans (personification) and a moral lesson is taught.
Posted by drmonica on July 22, 2009 at 10:18 AM (Answer #2)
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