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The Miller's Tale meets with a slightly mixed reception from the Pilgrims: ‘Diverse folk diversely they seyde, | But for the moore part they loughe [laughed] and pleyde’ (I.3857–8). Chaucer ...

Subjects: Literary Studies (Early and Medieval).


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