The Canterbury Tales

what is chaucer's overall characterization of the Miller

I need to know how Chaucer characterized him and what he thought of him.

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The Miller is a rough man who has no manners at all. One of the most interesting descriptions of him comes from the description of two hairs sticking out of his nose. He leads the pilgrims out of town. The story he tells is lewd and is full of "bathroom humor."