The Cook's Tale Notes from The Canterbury Tales

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The Canterbury Tales The Cook's Tale

In the cook's town, there lived a young apprentice nicknamed Perkin Reveller, for his short, stout build, and his pension for taverns. Although he was skilled, he played around too much with girls and dice, until one day his master found out about his untamed antics. The master knew that his behavior was not lawful, so he was fired. The apprentice left the master's house on his own and went to a friend's house for company. That house was none other than a whorehouse with thieves - his proper home.

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