The Canterbury Tales: Novel Summary: The Prologue to the tale of Melibeus

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The Prologue to the tale of Melibeus

Where the host mercifully interrupts Chaucer's awful story.  Chaucer pleads for permission to finish, since no other storyteller has been stopped.  Chaucer starts another tale, and asks that the company will hear it to the end.

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