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Q: Which best describes Chaucer’s attitude toward the Nun in The Canterbury Tales? a. amused tolerance c. marked scorn b. polite detachment d. weary reproachfulness
A: b. polite detachment describes Chaucer?s attitude toward the Nun in The Canterbury Tales. [smile]
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User: Which best describes Chaucer’s attitude toward the Nun in The Canterbury Tales? a. amused tolerance c. marked scorn b. polite detachment d. weary reproachfulness

Weegy: b. polite detachment describes Chaucer?s attitude toward the Nun in The Canterbury Tales. [smile]
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User: Using the who, what, where, when, why, and how questioning strategy, write the letter of the phrase that best summarizes the meaning of the following passage from “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales. He was an easy man in penance-giving / Where he could hope to make a decent living; / It’s a sure sign whenever gifts are given / To a poor Order that a man’s well shriven, / And should he give enough he knew in verity / The penitent repented in sincerity. a. He gave out easy penances and absolution in exchange for gifts. b. He gave out easy penances in exchange for gifts wherever he thought he could get gifts out of the confessors. c. He gave out easy penances and absolution in exchange for gifts wherever he thought he could get gifts out of the confessors. He knew that if he exacted a large enough price for the sin that the penitent person would truly feel sorry for what he’d done. d. He gave out easy penances and absolution in exchange for gifts wherever he thought he could get gifts out of the confessors. He knew that if he exacted a large enough price for the sin that the penitent person would truly feel sorry for what he’d done. In fact, whenever a poor group of friars receives gifts you can be sure that someone has just received absolution for his sins.

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User: In “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales,Chaucer describes the Pardoner’s hair as “rat-tails” primarily to a. furnish realistic detail. b. provide comic relief. c. suggest the Pardoner’s obsession with current fashions. d. imply moral corruption.

Weegy: In "the prologue" to the canterbury tales, chaucer describes the pardoner`s hair as "rat-tails to a. furnish realistic detail.
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User: Using the who, what, where, when, why, and how questioning strategy to understand the following passage from “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales, write the letter of the phrase that best summarizes its meaning. Whatever money from his friends he took / He spent on learning or another book / And prayed for them most earnestly, returning / Thanks to them thus for paying for his learning. a. He stole his friends’ money, spent it on books, and then prayed his friends would return. b. Whatever money he borrowed from his friends he spent on his studies and books, prayed for more books, and then sent his friends thank-you notes for paying for his learning. c. Whatever money he could get from his friends he spent on his studies and books, prayed for his books, and then returned thanks to his friends for paying for his learning. d. Whatever money he borrowed from his friends he spent on his studies and books and then prayed earnestly for his friends as a way of giving them thanks.

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