Sir Thopas's Prologue Notes from The Canterbury Tales

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The Canterbury Tales Sir Thopas's Prologue

The host confronts Chaucer to tell a story of mirth, since he is always to himself and far from gossip. Chaucer responds that he knows no tales, except one long rhyme that he learned years ago about Sir Thopas.

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