The Canterbury Tales

using parts of plots (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution), what is the climax of The Nun's Priest's Tale by Chaucer?

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The climax comes when the fox reaches out and grabs chanticleer by the throat and then proceeds to slink away with him back toward the woods.

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Canterbury Tales