In the given passage, the Pardoner is characterized as a kind of scammer, but in any case effective.
The narrator speaks of him as if he were a new person who came to the city to get money from everybody around the town by making tricks and talks with double intentions.
He not only deceive people, but also priests.
Despite his way of being, the author states that he was a great ecclesiastical anyway.
He is greedy and self-centered.
Explanation: The sentence "Because my only interest is in gain; I've none whatever in rebuking sin." makes it completely clear that the Pardoner only cares about getting money from his job, and whether his client's souls are really forgiving is irrelevant to him, an attitude that clearly reflected the hypocrisy of "selling forgiveness."
In the given passage, the Pardoner is characterized as a kind of scammer, but in any case effective
I guessed, due to you not showing with paragraph you mean. I hope i'm right~!
Pardoner is dishonest and hypocritical i just did it
According to what you've said, we can conclude the Pardoner is dishonest and hypocritical since this is what his arguments and thinking express.
Hope it helped,
could answer it if i knew what the passage was
He/she/it can be characterized as the bad guy/good/ and many more.
Just look at clues that it will give you throughout the passage!
The answer is A.) the pardoner is characterized as an effective speaker and a skilled con artist.
The answer is: He is greedy and self-centered.
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