- Words: 1396
- Length: 5 Pages
- Topic: Literature
- Paper #: 61953525
For the poet, Christianity must be devoid of the cultures of corruption and hypocrisy that prevailed during his time. Ideally, a religion, in order to be respected and followed by the people, must maintain a clean image -- that is, an image that reflects the truth of its teachings, wherein its religious principles are embodied by the people who make up the Church.
It is also through "Canterbury" that Chaucer