The Canterbury Tales

How does Chaucer distance himself from his own work in The Miller's Tale?

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Chaucer introduces himself as one of the travelers on the road to Canterbury and shares the first tale as his own. He states that he is not only the recorder of the tales, but also says that he told his story but the travelers stopped him because it was so dull.