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This paper explores the satirical tone of the Miller's Prologue in "Canterbury Tales" and how it represents class conflict. The paper also explains how the Miller's Tale "quites" the Knight's tale.
From the Paper:"The Miller's story of the foolish carpenter and his wife illustrate the Miller's personal views on jealousy and infidelity. According to the Miller, whether or not a man's wife is cheating is of no business to him. Furthermore, the Miller claims that men should never question God's will in matters of love."
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"Canterbury Tales" (2003, November 18) Retrieved January 29, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/canterbury-tales-45699/
""Canterbury Tales"" 18 November 2003. Web. 29 January. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/canterbury-tales-45699/>