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Boethius ' Consolation of Philosophy appears in several tales, as the works of John Gower do. Gower was a known friend to Chaucer. A full list is impossible to outline in little space, but Chaucer also, lastly, seems to have borrowed from numerous religious encyclopaedias and liturgical writings, such as John Bromyard povestile din canterbury Summa praedicantiuma preacher's handbook, and Jerome 's Adversus Jovinianum.

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Chaucer's Tales differs from most other story "collections" in this genre chiefly in its povestile din canterbury variation. Most story collections focused on a theme, usually a religious one. Even in the Decameron, storytellers are encouraged to stick to the theme decided on for the day.

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The idea of a pilgrimage to get such a diverse collection of people together for literary purposes was also unprecedented, though "the association of pilgrims and storytelling was a familiar one". In the General Prologue, Chaucer describes not the tales to be told, povestile din canterbury the people who will tell them, making it clear that structure will depend on the characters rather than a general theme or moral.

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This idea is reinforced when the Miller interrupts to tell his tale after the Knight has finished his. Having the Knight go first gives one the idea that povestile din canterbury will tell their stories by class, with the Monk following the Knight.

However, the Miller's interruption makes it clear that this structure will be abandoned in favour of a free and open exchange of stories among all classes present.

General themes and points of view arise povestile din canterbury the characters tell their tales, which are responded to by other characters in their own tales, sometimes after a long lapse in which the theme has not been addressed.

His writing of the povestile din canterbury seems focused primarily on the stories being told, and not on the pilgrimage itself.

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Medieval schools of rhetoric at the time encouraged such diversity, dividing literature as Povestile din canterbury suggests into high, middle, and low styles as measured by the density of rhetorical forms and vocabulary.

Another popular method of division came from St. Augustinewho focused more on audience response and less on subject matter a Virgilian concern. Augustine divided literature into "majestic persuades", "temperate pleases", and "subdued teaches".

Writers were encouraged to write in a way that kept in mind the speaker, subject, audience, purpose, manner, and povestile din canterbury.

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Chaucer moves freely between all of these styles, showing favouritism to none. Thus Chaucer's work far surpasses the ability of any single medieval theory to uncover.

However, even the lowest characters, such as the Miller, show surprising rhetorical ability, although their subject matter is more lowbrow. Vocabulary also plays an povestile din canterbury part, as those of the higher classes refer to a woman as a "lady", while the lower classes use the word "wenche", with no exceptions.

At times the same word will mean entirely different things between classes. The word "pitee", for example, is a noble concept to the upper classes, while in the Merchant's Tale it refers to sexual intercourse.

Again, however, tales such as the Nun's Priest's Tale show surprising skill with words among the lower classes of the group, while the Knight's Tale is at times extremely simple.