Which sentence best describes the morale of the "The Pardoner's Tale"?

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Since there are no choices to choose from, here's a brief description about the morale of the "The Pardoner's Tale": The moral found in "The Pardoner's Tale" which is most applicable today is that: even sinners desire forgiveness and wish to lead better lives. This is shown in the ironic contrast between the tale the Pardoner tells and the way he lives his life. His tale condemns greed; his life exemplifies greed. 

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