Never-Ending Book Quiz
Why does the Man of Law speak directly to the reader about Chaucer in his Prologue? The Canterbury Tales
Choose the correct answer:He fears that Chaucer will make him sound bad in writing his tale. He admits that he cannot rhyme, so he will let Chaucer make up the rhyme to his story. He curses Chaucer for making him tell a story. He thanks Chaucer for allowing him to be a part of the book.
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