anonymous
  • anonymous
The Canterbury Tales was a popular book of the period because it contained many different stories. had characters from all walks of life. was written in easy-to-understand language. described middle- and upper-class fashions.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@paki @KAKES1967
paki
  • paki
One reason Chaucer's work has stood the test of time and is still relevant today is that it illustrates an interesting cross section of people from the Middle Ages. He authentically captures the human spirit inherent in people from all walks of life from that time period. Just look at how complex of a character the Wife of Bath is. She would fit perfectly into our society today. And for those who think our culture is too vulgar and degenerate, just read "The Miller's Tale." These are but a few reasons why The Canterbury Tales serves as an important piece of literature.
anonymous
  • anonymous
SO C

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paki
  • paki
yeah language is the main item... so C is correct...
anonymous
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thanks

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