|A Pace Odyssey||
Daily Literary Quote
"In my afternoon walk I would fain forget all my morning occupations and my obligations to society."
- Henry David Thoreau
The pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales are often referenced only by their occupations (ie. the Knight, the Miller, the Wife of Bath), highlighting their roles in society. Are our occupations still influential in forming our identities? If so, how? Provide some specific examples to support your opinion.