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Introduction
The General Prologue
The Knight's Tale
The Argument between the Host and the Miller
The Miller's Tale
The Reeve's Prologue
The Reeve's Tale
The Cook's Prologue
The Cook's Tale
Introduction to the Sergeant-at-Law's Tale
The Sergeant-at-Law's Prologue
The Sergeant-at-Law's Tale
Epilogue to the Sergeant-at-Law's Tale
The Sea-Captain's Tale
What the Host said to the Sea-Captain and the Lady Prioress
Prologue to the Prioress's Tale
The Prioress's Tale
What the Host said to Chaucer
Sir Topaz
Here the Host interrupts Chaucer's Tale of Sir Topax
The Tale of Melibeus (Translator's Note)
What the Host said to the Monk
The Monk's Tale
Prologue of the Nun's Priest's Tale
The Nun's Priest's Tale
Epilogue to the Nun's Priest's Tale
The Doctor of Medicine's Tale
What the Host said to the Doctor of Medicine and the Pardoner
The Pardoner's Prologue
The Pardoner's Tale
The Wife of Bath's Prologue
The Dispute between the Friar and the Summoner
The Wife of Bath's Tale
The Friar's Prologue
The Friar's Tale
The Summoner's Prologue
The Summoner's Tale
The Scholar's Prologue
The Scholar's Tale
Chaucer's Epilogue
What the Host said
The Merchant's Prologue
The Merchant's Tale
Epilogue to the Merchant's Tale
Introduction to the Squire's Tale
The Squire's Tale
What the Frnaklin said to the Squire and what the Host said to the Franklin
The Franklin's Prologue
The Franklin's Tale
The Second Nun's Prologue
The Second Nun's Tale
The Canon's Yeoman Prologue
The Canon's Yeoman's Tale
The Manciple's Prologue
The Manciple's Tale
The Parson's Prologue
The Parson's Tale (Translator's note)
The Author's Valediction