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Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales

The friar talks about the summoner unkindly. The summoner says he will return his
insults with uncomplimentary words of his own about the friar.

The friar begins to tell a tale to those on the pilgrimage.

The summoner would unjustly deliver people to the
court, often gaining riches in the process.

He met a yeoman on the way to summon a widow and they
established a brotherhood.

The yeoman admitted that he was a demon from
hell, but the summoner was not phased.

They came across a man whose horse and cart was stuck; he
condemned his horse, cart, and hay to hell.

The summoner arrived at the innocent widow’s house
and threatened her with excommunication while
demanding riches.

She earnestly asked the devil to take the summoner and her pan to hell. Her
demand was obeyed.

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