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In "The Nun's Priest's Tale," Chaucer does not assign blame for Chanticleer's fate of nearly being captured by the fox. The story serves as a moral lesson about flattery and trusting one's instincts. It emphasizes the importance of remaining cautious and aware of one's surroundings.

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Q: Whom does Chaucer blame for chanticleer apparent fate?
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