The Miller's Tale Summary - In general Chaucers tales have moral themes and other life lessons or themes The Millers tale does have these but more like

The Miller's Tale Summary - In general Chaucers tales have...

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In general, Chaucer’s tales have moral, themes, and other life lessons or themes. The Miller’s tale does have these, but more like how McDonald’s has hamburgers. You may call it a hamburger, but pretty much everyone knows the stuff in those things may not actually be meat. The same is true for the Miller’s tale. The tale itself was extremely wronchi, and not really what you would call a decent tale. It’s pretty apparent that for this Chaucer went for wronchi not quality with this one. To start things off, there is an old carpenter John and his wife Alison. Alison is a young free spirited model in essence. John is terrified that Alison won’t be faithful because she is the free spirit. Think Daisy from The Great Gatsby. To combat this fear, he locked her down, and barely let her out, for each time he did she was hit on by pretty much everyone. John and Alison had apartments that they rented out, and one of the people they rented it out to was Nicholas. Nicholas was an astronomer, and also a lady’s man. He could sing, and
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