Dialogue

Select two well-known public contemporary figures you believe have characteristics comparable to any pair of pilgrims. Compose a short description of each of these two contemporary figures in the style of Chaucer’s “General Prologue.” Then create a dialogue that shows interaction between the two characters, comparable to the style of the links.
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school dialogue school character school englishpoetry description 1 pages, Double Spacing

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Some of the new information presented include the fact that the narrator is a character in the Canterbury Tales describes the events of the pilgrimage from his own opinion. He is seen to be silent and sullen and accused of bias in his description as he expresses his own opinion on who he likes and does not like.

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