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The Canterbury Tales: The Miller's Tale

The Canterbury Tales: The Miller's Tale

  

by Geoffrey Chaucer

The Canterbury Tales: The Miller's Tale Madness Quotes

How we cite our quotes: Citations follow this format: (Line). We used the line numbering found on Librarius's online edition.

Quote #10

For every clerk anonright heeld with other:
They seyde, 'The man is wood, my leve brother.'

(744-745)

With this dismissal by the town clerks, "The Miller's Tale" ends as it began, with the rivalry between educated clerk and uneducated tradesman.

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