Title: Cantebury Tales

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Subject: Literature
Author: James F
Date: January 4, 2015
Level: University
Length: 3 / 833
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Alison begins to like Nicholas and tells him that if he can trick her husband, then she will make love to him. Another man, Absalom attempts to capture Alison’s love, but “Alison loved clever Nicholas so much that Absalom could go blow his horn elsewhere.”(Canterbury Tales 65). Nicholas comes up with a plan to trick the carpenter...

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Nicholas comes up with a plan to trick the carpenter. He tells the husband that he knows another great flood will come and that he, the carpenter, and Alison will be safe if the carpenter builds three separate barrels and hangs them from the ceiling where they can climb to safety. On that night, all three climb into the barrels and the carpenter immediately falls asleep, due to the exhaustion from all of his work...

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