The Canterbury Tales

What is the Tone and the Mood of the "the Pardoner's Tale"? How do those relate to the moral of the story? Is there more than one moral?

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The Tone of the Pardoner's tale is actually sincere. He freely admits what a shiester he The mood is a lttle unsettling if humerous at how he uses the naive. The irony of the Pardoner saying 'greed is the root of all evils', isn't really lost on the other pilgrims. I suppose the moral in this all is in the corruprion of the Church.