The Tale of the Asse-Hatte

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I took the opportunity to apply my love of Chaucer to a consideration of Robert Byrd in “Tales of the senate.” Now comes Iowahawk to apply his love of Chaucer more fittingly to a consideration of the Archbishop of Canterbury in “The Tale of the Asse-Hatte.” In a virtuoso performance, Iowahawk supplies an O. Henry twist to his tale’s conclusion.

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