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Whom does he blame for Chanticleer's apparent fate? the fox Pertelote Chanticleer
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User: Chaucer tries to give greater truthfulness to the tale by stating that this tale of Chanticleer is as true as the book of The Fall of TroyLauncelot of the LakeThe Iliad.

User: Whom does he blame for Chanticleer's apparent fate? the fox Pertelote Chanticleer

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User: on the Nuns priest's tale. Whom does he blame for Chanticleer's apparent fate? the fox Pertelote Chanticleer

Weegy: Chanticleer's fate is because of his own foolishness. He was too proud so Russel the fox could make a fool of him and grab his neck. The fox almost killed him, but finally Chanticleer could figure out a way to escape.
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