The Clerk's Prologue Notes from The Canterbury Tales

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The Canterbury Tales The Clerk's Prologue

The host spots the quiet Clerk reading alone and asks him to tell a tale, not of sin or woe or even boredom, but of happiness and adventure. To the host's very detailed directions, the Clerk responds with a tale that he learned from another clerk from Padua named Petrarch, now deceased.

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