64. The Miller’s Tale

Written in the late 1300’s, the Miller’s Tale regales the story of Nicholas, a clerk intent on spending an entire night with his landlord’s young wife, who creates an elaborate scheme in which he must convince the landlord that a flood of biblical proportions is approaching, yet his perfect plan may be compromised by a rival clerk who is also desperate to do whatever it takes to bed this allusive beauty.

Click here to read The Miller’s Tale: http://sites.fas.harvard.edu/~chaucer/teachslf/milt-par.htm

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