The Miller s Tale The Miller s Tale Middle English The Milleres Tale is the second of Geoffrey Chaucer s Canterbury Tales s s , told by the drunken miller Robin to quite a Middle English term meaning requite or pay back, in both good and negative ways The Knight s Tale. From The Canterbury Tales The Miller s Prologue and About The Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer wrote The Canterbury Tales, a collection of stories in a frame story, between and .It is the story of a group of thirty people who travel as pilgrims to Canterbury England The pilgrims, who come from all layers of society, tell stories to each other to kill time while they travel to Canterbury. The Miller s Prologue and Tale SparkNotes The Miller s Prologue and Tale Fragment , lines Summary Prologue to the Miller s Tale The pilgrims applaud the Knight s Tale, and the pleased Host asks the Monk to match it. The Miller s Tale Modern English Translation The Contains strong language Now with complete dramatic text Geoffrey Chaucer s The Miller s Prologue and Tale , from The Canterbury Tales, clearly translated into Modern English, while faithfully interpreting and preserving the flowing structure of the original medieval text. Clothed Female Nude Male Adventures CFNM Wealthy Maurice is blackmailed by his wife into being her naked servant Male slavery, oral sex, cunninlingus, bi, supervised ejaculation. BBC Drama Canterbury Tales The Miller s Tale, adapted by Peter Bowker John Dennis Waterman runs a pub in suburban Kent He hosts a regular Karaoke night, where his The Miller s Tale Geoffrey Chaucer This Absolon doun sette hym on his knees And seyde, I am a lord at alle degrees For after this I hope ther cometh moore Lemman, thy grace, and sweete bryd, thyn oore The Short Stories Rumpelstiltskin by Brothers Grimm By daybreak the king was already there, and when he saw the gold he was astonished and delighted, but his heart became only greedy He had the miller s daughter taken into another room full of straw, which was much larger, and commanded her to spin that also in one night if she valued her life. Interlinear Translations of Chaucer s Canterbury Tales Interlinear Translations of Some of The Canterbury Tales Go directly to list of translated texts These translations of the Canterbury Tales are for those beginning their study of Chaucer s language. SparkNotes No Fear Literature The Canterbury Tales The There once was a poor old widow who lived in a little cottage in a valley on the edge of a forest She lived a simple life since her husband died, and she didn t have much.