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The Canterbury Tales is important because it explains how various pilgrims acted. reveals common attitudes of the time. provides information about cultural ideals. details the differences between social classes.
details the differences between social classes.
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Read the excerpt from The Canterbury Tales. I only preach of avarice and the like, And in this way induce them to be free In giving cash—especially to me. Because my only interest is in gain; I’ve none whatever in rebuking sin. How does the excerpt satirize the Church?
by exaggerating the greedy nature of the clergy
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The Canterbury Tales is helpful to historians because the author describes several people on a pilgrimage. explains the characteristics of a noble knight. indicates the strict class structure of the period. details what clothing was made of at the time.
indicates the strict class structure of the period.
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In The Miller’s Tale of ‘The Canterbury Tales’, when Absalon arrives at the window to ask for a kiss, Alisoun presents her _____.
Read the excerpt from The Canterbury Tales. “God’s arms!” exclaimed one of these debauchees, “Is the fellow then so dangerous to meet? In highways and in byways, street by street, I’ll seek him out, I vow it on God’s bones. Now listen, fellows: let us three be one, Each of us hold his hand up to the other, And each of us become the other’s brother, And we will kill this black betrayer, Death, And kill the killer, by God’s holy breath, And that before the sun goes down on us!” Which statement best describes how the speaker in the excerpt is characterized?
He is impassioned and persuasive.
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Chaucer wrote The Canterbury Tales in vernacular because…
he was inspired by Italian poets such as Dante and Boccaccio.
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Read the excerpt from The Canterbury Tales. Thus I know how to preach against the vice Which masters me—and that is avarice. Though I myself am guilty of the sin, I know how to make other people turn From avarice, and bitterly repent. Which word best characterizes the Pardoner in this passage?
Read the excerpt from The Canterbury Tales. In Flanders there was once a company Of youngsters wedded to such sin and folly As gaming, dicing, brothels, and taverns, Where, night and day, with harps, lutes, and citherns, They spend their time in dicing and in dancing, Eating and drinking more than they can carry; And with these abominable excesses They offer up the vilest sacrifices . . . Which word best characterizes the young people in this passage?
Read the excerpt from The Pardoner’s Tale in The Canterbury Tales. And it fell to the youngest of them all, And he set off at once towards the town. And thereupon, so soon as he was gone, One of the two who stayed said to the other: “You know, of course, that you are my sworn brother. I’ll tell you something that you won’t lose by. As you can see, our friend has gone away, And here is gold, and that in greatest plenty, All waiting to be split between us three. How would it be, if I can work it so That it is only shared between us two, Wouldn’t I be doing you a friendly turn?” How does Chaucer characterize the young man speaking in this passage?
what is the frame of the canterbury tales?