Cantebury Tales

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The Millerís Tale represents a perfect example of Chaucerís humor. The author injects many humorous events into the plot and ties all of the events together at the end. The last part of the story provides humor as each event leads to another equally humorous and ironic event, and the story ends with the ignorant husband being taken advantage of...
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Such ironic situations add to the humor of Chaucerís tales. Chaucer also uses the humor in his stories to provide comic relief. The humorous tales act as a sort of comic relief in the novel. Chaucer inserts humorous tales to take away from the impact of more serious tales...
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