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Chaucer's Parody To Courtly Love After the Knight tells his story, the Miller insists quite rudely to tell his story. Chaucer uses the aspect of courtly love that's located in the Knights tale and makes a parody of it He uses the Miller?s personality to mock the Knights notion of courtly love. Miller explains the heroine of the narrative Alison, as a wife of an older man and also an infidel. She?s compared to some ? wezele? sly and cunning. The explanation for Alison clearly signifies that she is very different from an innocent girl from courtly love stories rather she?s well aware of her husbands jealousy and wears fancy cloths to flaunt her beauty. ? Of col-blak silk, withinne and eek withoute? Alison shows off that she?s wealthy by wearing the most expensive cloth of silk at the time, again this adds to the opposite side of courtly love romances in which the woman would not show off but actually stay unaware of such things since the character of Emily from the Knights narrative. Miller then uses two male Characters who show great admiration for Alison but unlike the love.