Irony in "The Miller's Tale"
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This paper discusses the role of irony in "The Miller's Tale", a chapter from Geoffrey Chaucer's work, "The Canterbury Tales". The role of irony is best found in the punishments that befall the three main male characters - those of John, Nicholas, and Absolon - at the conclusion of the story.
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