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The Miller and the Reeve, by Chaucer
'The Miller's Tale' and 'The Reve's Tale' from The Canterbury Tales are very closely related. They both deal with the relationship between a jealous man, his wife, and a young scholar(s), and they both are immoral stories that contain sex and violence. This proves that the Miller and the Reeve are two very corrupt individuals. However, these tales also share some differences. For instance, the main character in 'The Reeve's Tale' is a Miller, while the main character in 'The Miller's Tale' is a carpenter (which was the Reeve's profession), and both tales are different in the way the Miller…
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