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In “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer uses the pilgrimage primarily as a device to a. emphasize the characters’ religious aspirations. b. frame the stories told by individual characters. c. describe the rigors of medieval life. d. create a vivid and realistic setting.
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In The Prologue to The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer uses the pilgrimage primarily as a device to: frame the stories told by individual characters.
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The speaker in “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd” regards the shepherd’s promised pleasures as being — a. realistic c. too few b. temporary d. perfect
Weegy: The speaker in The Nymph s Reply to the Shepherd? regards the shepherd s promised pleasures as being a. realistic. User: The images in "The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd" are typical of a pastoral in that they are a. cynical. c. associated with decay. b. realistic. d. associated with the countryside. Weegy: The images in "The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd" are typical of a pastoral in that they are d. associated with the countryside. User: To the nymph, the shepherd's offer a. is too fanciful. c. comes too late in life to accept. b. is not good enough. d. comes too early in life to accept. Weegy: come live with him in the country User: In "The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd," the main "enemy" is a. time. c. deception. b. poverty. d. the shepherd. Weegy: The main enemy in " The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd" is a. time. User: In the last stanza of "The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd," the nymph indicates that she wishes a. the shepherd had not made his offer. c. the world were different so that she might accept the shepherd's offer. b. the shepherd had spoken sooner of his love. d. the world were different so that she might never again fall in love with a shepherd. Weegy: The nymph indicates that she wishes the world were different so that she might accept the shepherd's offer. - - - User: The word pastoral, describing a kind of poem about country life, comes from the Latin word meaning — a. village c. priest or minister b. shepherd d. farmer Weegy: The word pastoral, describing a kind of poem about country life, comes from the Latin word meaning b. shepherd. (More)
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Parallel structure is the repetition of — a. words, phrases, or sentences that have the same grammatical structure b. a theme in several different selections by one author c. words, phrases, or sentences that have different grammatical structure d. vowel and consonant sounds in words that are close together
Weegy: a theme in several different selections by one author User: Bacon would probably say that the most important reason you were assigned “Of Studies” at school is — a. that “histories make men wise . . . ” b. because “logic and rhetoric [make people] able to contend . . .” c. that “bowling is good for the stone and reins . . .” d. “the mathematics [make people] subtle . . .” Weegy: The answer to your question , "Bacon would probably say that the most important reason you were assigned Of Studies ? " is b. because logic and rhetoric [make people] able to contend . . User: Which of the following sentences is not an example of Bacon’s parallel structure? a. “If his wit be not apt to distinguish or find differences, let him study the Schoolmen. . . .” b. “Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability.” c. “The virtue of prosperity is temperance; the virtue of adversity is fortitude.” d. “Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man.” Weegy: c. The virtue of prosperity is temperance; the virtue of adversity is fortitude.? User: “Here doth lie / Ben Jonson his best piece of poetry” means — a. Ben Jonson was his own best poem, for his life was a work of art b. Ben Jonson made a practice of burying the manuscripts of his poems c. here lies Ben Jonson, who wrote a lot of good poetry d. Jonson’s son, not his poetry, was his greatest creation Weegy: D: Jonson's son, not his poetry , was his greatest creation. User: According to Bacon, people who are learned are better than unlearned people at — a. paying attention to details c. giving general advice b. carrying out complicated plans d. remembering their instructions Weegy: According to Sir Francis Bacon, people who are learned are better than unlearned people at giving general advice. User: What is the best summary of Bacon’s overall message in “Of Studies”? a. One must read as much as one can because book learning is the most important kind of ... (More)
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