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Q: By positioning his description of the Miller almost immediately after that of the Plowman in The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer accentuates a. the virtues of the Plowman. b. the buffoonishness and
criminality of the Miller. c. the kinship between these two laborers. d. the virtues of the Plowman as well as the buffoonishness and criminality of the Miller.
A: By positioning his description of the Miller almost immediately after that of the Plowman in The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer accentuates the virtues of the Plowman as well as the buffoonishness and criminality of the Miller.
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User: By positioning his description of the Miller almost immediately after that of the Plowman in The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer accentuates a. the virtues of the Plowman. b. the buffoonishness and criminality of the Miller. c. the kinship between these two laborers. d. the virtues of the Plowman as well as the buffoonishness and criminality of the Miller.

Weegy: By positioning his description of the Miller almost immediately after that of the Plowman in The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer accentuates the virtues of the Plowman as well as the buffoonishness and criminality of the Miller.
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User: By positioning his description of the Miller almost immediately after that of the Plowman in The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer accentuates a. the virtues of the Plowman. b. the buffoonishness and criminality of the Miller. c. the kinship between these two laborers. d. the virtues of the Plowman as well as the buffoonishness and criminality of the Miller.

Weegy: By positioning his description of the Miller almost immediately after that of the Plowman in The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer accentuates the virtues of the Plowman as well as the buffoonishness and criminality of the Miller.
jeifunk|Points 9439|

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