Are there many ways that themes and symbols can be shown in stories? Geoffrey Chaucer uses many different themes, symbols and styles in writing all of tales in The Canterbury Tales. By using these things, Geoffrey utilizes several specific symbols to illustrate various central themes. The characters in the tales make the same mistakes that ordinary people would make, and they receive the same or even worse consequences. One message that is portrayed is greed
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bad to good because of a certain punishment they have received. By using all these different types of writing in his stories, Chaucer tries to demonstrate themes and symbols, which a person may encounter in one's life. Stories are used to show that symbols are ways to represent or show various themes in literature. Finally, throughout all these tales there are consequences for peoples actions, which means that no task shall ever get over looked.