Question:

How can the moral of "the pardoner's tale" be applied to real life?

Answer:

The story of the Pardoner is one of moral lessons, that teaches us to not to be blinded byour own human imperfections and to not take this life for granted. I believe through thePardoners tale, Chaucer was trying to a make a point that whether or not we choose to seekDeath, Death will find us. The foolish men in this story deserve what they received for notfollowing the right way of life.


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