The Canterbury Tales: Novel Summary: The Prologue of the Monk's tale

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The Prologue of the Monk's tale

The monk says to Chaucer that his wife would learn something from the tale of Prudence and Meleibus.  The host scolds the monk for his harsh words, and then asks him to tell the next story. 

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