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from The Canterbury Tales: The Prologue� With which of these Canterbury Tales characters does Chaucer illustrate a division between religious and scientific thought?

the Narrator
the Skipper
the Doctor
the Friar
My answer is the doctor

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asked by Steve
  1. I'm not sure.

    Read through the different characters' traits here:
    http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/canterbury/characters.html

    posted by Writeacher
  2. That's the site as well as reading the tale where I came up with the doctor.

    posted by Steve
  3. Go with it!

    Though the Physician keeps himself in perfect physical health, the narrator calls into question the Physician’s spiritual health: he rarely consults the Bible and has an unhealthy love of financial gain.

    posted by Writeacher

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