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The opening section of The Canterbury Tales that introduces the characters is called the Prelogue Prologue Introduction.
The opening section of The Canterbury Tales that introduces the characters is called the prologue.
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The opening section of The Canterbury Tales that introduces the characters is called the prologue.
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