The Cook's Prologue Notes from The Canterbury Tales

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The Canterbury Tales The Cook's Prologue

The cook from London enjoyed the Miller's tale greatly and laughs at the misfortune of inviting guests into one's house. The host urges the Cook to begin his tale, which is full of jest and is about an innkeeper.

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