The Canterbury Tales: The Parson
He is a parson, which is a member of the clergy, a minister, pastor, or rector. He, unlike the monk or friar, he practices what he preaches. He offers help, and money to his parishioners, no matter who they are, or what the situation. He serves as a role-model, and protector for his parishioners. He helps them avoid sin, and doesn't hesitate to punish them when they do.
The Parson is very poor, so he probably wears
very simple, plain clothing. He probably doesn't smile
much, because he is a very serious, and firm religious person.
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