The Canterbury Tales

attitude towards The Monk Differ , if at all , from his attitude the friar

How Do He Treat Them Different

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The narrator believes that the monk isn't serious about his vocation, but he also blows that off because he thinks that all in all the monk isn't doing anything wrong; he somply doesn;t care.

The friar, on the other hand, receives nothing but the narrator's criticism. Note, the criticism is well deserved; the friar steals from the poor and has random sexual relationships with women. Let's face it............. both of those actions are completely inappropriate for said vocation.


The Canterbury Tales