The pilgrimage also parallels with government, in the way that it started out innately good, yet ended up evil. The pilgrimage starts in April, the season of Lent, and a sign of new, fresh beginnings. As the pilgrims progress to their destination, arguments break out and cheating, murder, and vengeance are described in the stories that they tell (Quinn 76)... Showed first 250 characters
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As the pilgrims progress to their destination, arguments break out and cheating, murder, and vengeance are described in the stories that they tell (Quinn 76). These happen to be the things that Chaucer saw when he worked in the English government. These things corrupted the system and Chaucer wanted people to know what was going on inside... Showed next 250 characters
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