Miller Study Questions

For Tues. please answer question 2. Responses should be one paragraph to one page, double-spaced typed. Please bring hard copy to class.


1.  How does the Miller come to tell his tale?  Is it supposed to be his turn?


2.  How does the Miller’s tale "quite" the Knight’s tale?  There are numerous points where the Miller picks up on details from the Knight’s Tale, such as elements of theme, characters, structure, etc. Pick one specific element to discuss the Miller's tale as response.


3.  Line 3558 speaks of Godde’s pryvetee.  What is meant by this and where else does the idea of “pryvetee” come up in this tale?