What Is the Moral to the Summoner's Tale?

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The summoner's tale by Geoffrey Chaucer is a ferocious counter-punch to the preceding tale by The Friar, who had delivered an attack on summoners. Summoners were administrators in clerical courts who delivered a summons to people who had been brought up on various. The tale encompasses a moral of the wages of sin being death. So if one is found guilty of such crimes as corruption they should be punished.
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The irony is the friar is black thus he had no rights.
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I'm not sure that it has a moral, but its point seems to be that friars are petty, greedy, and stupid. Source(s) Taught a college course in Chaucer.
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Some scholars consider the tale's moral to be a warning about false
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