Do you think that Chaucer placed the characters in a specific order in the prolougue? why or why not?
Throughout the tales, Chaucer uses relationships between husbands and wives as an occuring theme. Discuss the differentviews of relationships that Chaucer makes evident.
Compare and contrast a corrupt clergy man from the prologue to the Parson.
What makes the Pardoner so offensive?
Why is the knight the first in the prologue and the first to tell a tale?