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How does Chanticleer try to persuade Pertelote that dreams can be important?
In order to convince her that his dream was important, he tells the stories of men who dreamed of murder and then discovered it. [ His point in telling these stories is to prove to Pertelote that “Mordre will out” (3052)—murder will reveal itself—even and especially in dreams. Chanticleer cites textual examples of famous dream interpretations to further support his thesis that dreams are
portentous. ]
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