Many modern readers find "The Miller's Tale" quite funny despite the fact it's centuries old. Some critics, however, say Chaucer's humor is out of date; others say readers don't understand his humor.
What elements of "The Miller's Tale" do you find humorous? How does Chaucer's humor remain timeless?
If you don't find "The Miller's Tale" funny, why are you not laughing when others laugh?
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