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Comparsion Between "Two Tales from Canterbury" by Miller.
Comparison of Two Stories from the Canterbury Tales
The Miller's Tale and the Franklin's Tale are two completely different stories. The miller's tale responds to certain other tales, like the Knight's tale. It turns it from courtly love into a burlesque farce. In the Franklin's tale, the lovers are described as higher on the social rank. The genre of the Miller's tale is that of fabliaux. Fabliaux are a story or tale, which describes naughty situations, and are usually bawdy comic tales. The Miller is described as drunk and belligerent. The tale is stereotypical of his bawdy charact…
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