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Knights in the Canterbury Tales, The Knight's Tale, And The Miller's Tale
The narrator in the Prologue of "The Canterbury Tales" paints a noble view of the Knight. For instance, we are told that the knight is a distinguished man who practiced "chivalry,/Truth, honour, generousness and courtesy" (20).
We are also told he is wise, and he fought in "fifteen mortal battles" across the world. (21) While the narrator may have an