The Question and Answer section for The Canterbury Tales is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
You have a few questions here. You need to submit them one at a time. The Monk's favorite past-time is hunting. The monk keeps expensive horses which is not in line for a humble and poor servant of the church.
Chaucer was clearly disenchanted with the Catholic Church and corrupt social structure of Medieval England. Chaucer is able to critique corrupt institutions, like the church, by invoking satire. He uses satirical rhetoric and humor to expose the...
The youngest rioter plans to poison the wine of the other two. When the other two return, the wickedest rioter kills the youngest rioter. The remaining rioters drink the wine, now poisoned by the youngest rioter, to celebrate and they die.