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Why do the pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales tell their tales on the way to Canterbury?
Choose the correct answer:Just for fun. They all feel guilty about something they have done, so they tell tales to explain why they are making the pilgrimage. The host of the pilgrimage has promised that the teller of the best tale will get an extravagant supper upon returning to the hotel on the way back. Each person is required to tell a tale in order to remain a part of the group.
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