The Canterbury Tales

Who takes offense as the boy honors Christ's mother?

It says something about these men cutting his throat.

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The Jews take offense;

"As he was walking home from school one day singing his Alma redemptoris, he provoked the anger of the Jews of the city, whose hearts were wasps’ nests made by Satan. They hired a murderer who slit the boys' throat and threw the body into a cesspit."