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From the canterbury tales, “the pardoner’s tale” which line from “the pardoner’s tale” indicates the pardoner’s feelings about the spiritual welfare of others? (1 point) “… them from it, i can bring them to repent…” “that’s not the counsel of my inner voice! ” “they can go blackberrying for all i care! ” “i take great pains, and stretching out my neck…”
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I believe C. is the correct answer. “They can turn blackberries into all I care about!”
He explains that the purpose of his preaching is not to save souls from the fires of Hell. Once those people are dead, no one will know what will happen to them anyway. He openly declares that he is a swindler who does not care about the spiritual welfare of others. The only thing that matters to him is their purses.
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