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Q: 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.
A: The answer to your question , 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 Troy.
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The answer to your question , 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 Troy.
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The answer to your question , 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 Troy.
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