The Friar's Prologue Notes from The Canterbury Tales

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The Canterbury Tales The Friar's Prologue

The devout and well-mannered Friar complements the Wife of Bath on her tale and tells the group that he, too, has a story about an impious summoner. The summoner starts to pick a fight with the Friar for introducing such a tale, until the host breaks the two apart and tells the Friar to begin his tale.

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