The politics of the Pardoner’s Prologue and Tale – anxieties concerning the afterlife, and the corruption of the medieval church – are among the most difficult aspects of the tale to realise for a modern audience. Discuss, using more than one adaptation.

The politics of the Pardoner’s Prologue and Tale – anxieties concerning the afterlife, and the corruption of the medieval church – are among the most difficult aspects of the tale to realise for a modern audience. Discuss, using more than one adaptation.

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An emphasis is put on “Discuss, using more than one adaptation. ”

Refer to Chaucer’s orignal version and Racconti di Canterbury (1971) by Pier Pasolini.