Canterbury Tales tells many stories from medieval literature and provides a great variety of comic tales. Geoffrey Chaucer injects many tales of humor into the novel. Chaucer provides the reader with many light-hearted tales as a form of comic relief between many serious tales. The author interpolates humor into many tales, provides comic relief, and shows the reader a different type of humorous genre.
Geoffrey Chaucer provides humor in many of the tales from Canterbury
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Canterbury Tales uses the light-hearted genre to add humor to the novel. Chaucer utilizes the fabliau genre to create a jovial buffoonery in Canterbury Tales.
Canterbury Tales provides many lessons and morals while also providing a variety of comic tales. Chaucer inserts many tales of humor into Canterbury Tales. The humor in Canterbury Tales adds emphasis to many lessons in the novel, acts as a comic relief, and demonstrates a rarely used genre of humor.