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The Canterbury Tales: The Miller's Tale

The Canterbury Tales: The Miller's Tale

  

by Geoffrey Chaucer

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  1. The Canterbury Tales: "General Prologue"
    A gateway page to the "General Prologue" or frame for the Canterbury Tales. It includes poetic "portraits" of each pilgrim on the journey, such as the Miller and his fellow dirty storyteller, the Reeve.

  2. The Canterbury Tales: "The Reeve's Tale"
    Contains pages for the bawdy "Reeve's Tale," which this angry pilgrim tells in retaliation for the Miller's story of a cuckolded carpenter (or reeve).