The Canterbury Tales: Novel Summary: Prologue of the Cook's Tale

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Prologue of the Cook's Tale

The cook, swearing every other word, gives his praise to the Reeve's tale, and the Innkeeper lets him tell a story.  The cook asks forgiveness in advance to tell a story that puts an Innkeeper in a foolish position.

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