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Which of the following lines from “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales is not an example of direct characterization? a. “He was an honest worker, good and true . . .” b. “. . . His mighty mouth was
like a furnace door.” c. “Children were afraid when he appeared.” d. “He wore a fustian tunic stained and dark . . .”
C) "Children were afraid when he appeared," is not an example of direct characterization taken from The Prologue to The Canterbury Tales.
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User: Which of the following lines from “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales is not an example of direct characterization? a. “He was an honest worker, good and true . . .” b. “. . . His mighty mouth was like a furnace door.” c. “Children were afraid when he appeared.” d. “He wore a fustian tunic stained and dark . . .”

Weegy: C) "Children were afraid when he appeared," is not an example of direct characterization taken from The Prologue to The Canterbury Tales.
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User: If you wanted to support the idea that Beowulf is an epic hero, you might best note that he — a. displays intense pride in his country b. becomes more humble over time c. loves nature and abhors civilization d. embodies the ideal of Anglo-Saxon society

Weegy: f you wanted to support the idea that Beowulf is an epic hero, you might best note that he d) embodies the ideal of Anglo-Saxon society. ]
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User: Which of the following primary plot elements characteristic of medieval romances is missing from the excerpt from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight? a. castle life c. chivalry b. adventure d. a damsel in distress

Weegy: Which of the following primary plot elements characteristic of medieval romances is missing from the excerpt from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight? d. a damsel in distress.
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User: Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct? a. Only Bill wanted to go to the lake. [Intended meaning: Bill wanted to go to the lake, but no one else did.] b. Bill only hinted that he would help us move. [Intended meaning: Bill hinted but did not, for example, promise that he would help us move.] c. Bill wanted only Mary to win. [Intended meaning; Bill wanted Mary to win, but did not want anyone else to win. d. all of these

Weegy: a. Only Bill wanted to go to the lake.
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User: The stage in which you rework and improve your draft.

User: Writers establish tone by all of the following means except _________. a. the use of theme c. choice of details b. the use of connotative words d. careful diction

Weegy: D/ careful diction
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User: The narrator in The Canterbury Tales, says he plans to “give account of all their words and dealings, / Using their very phrases as they fell.” For which kind of characterization would an author provide such details? a. direct characterization c. direct and indirect characterization b. indirect characterization d. dramatic characterization

Weegy: The narrator in The Canterbury Tales, says he plans to give account of all their words and dealings, / Using their very phrases as they fell. ? For which kind of characterization would an author provide such details? Answer: b. [ indirect characterization ]
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User: When reading Anglo-Saxon poetry, how does recognizing historical context help a reader understand why certain things occur? a. It gives the reader clues about the situation in the time period in which it was written. b. It helps readers restate in their own words what the poem says. c. It requires readers to use a dictionary to find the meaning of complicated words. d. It shows the reader how important correct spelling and grammar is.

Weegy: It gives us clues about the time period in which a story was written.
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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.
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