The Canterbury Tales: Novel Summary: The Cook's Tale

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The Cook's Tale

There was once a young and promiscuous apprentice whose bad ways were eventually discovered by his master, who kicked him out of his house with ill wishes.  As a bad apple gathers other bad apples, this man found a wife who was a prostitute, but kept appearances to seem respectable.

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