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The character who prevents a fight between the Pardoner and the Host is the — a. Squire c. Monk b. Knight d. Oxford Clerk
The answer is B. knight
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User: The character who prevents a fight between the Pardoner and the Host is the — a. Squire c. Monk b. Knight d. Oxford Clerk

Weegy: The answer is B. knight
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User: The Pardoner’s pious story reveals his — a. honesty c. sensitivity b. ignorance d. immorality

Weegy: The Pardoner?s pious story reveals his d. immorality
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User: The old man’s comment to the three rioters that Death “isn’t one to hide for all your prating” is an example of — a. imagery c. verbal irony b. a moral d. situational irony

Weegy: The old man?s comment to the three rioters that Death ?isn?t one to hide for all your prating? is an example of c. verbal irony. [ In verbal irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means another, or uses words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of the literal meaning. ]
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User: What is ironic about the attitude that the old man has toward Death? a. Most people seek to avoid death, but the old man looks for it. b. He has seen death more than once. c. He refers to his grave as his “mother.” d. Most people refer to death as an event not a person.

Weegy: a. Most people seek to avoid death, but the old man looks for it.is the answer
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User: In “The Pardoner’s Tale” the three rioters are sure that they can destroy Death, and yet they fail to see that they are falling into his trap. This is an example of _____. a. irony c. hedonism b. heroism d. flattery

Weegy: In “The Pardoner’s Tale” the three rioters are sure that they can destroy Death, and yet they fail to see that they are falling into his trap. This is an example of irony.
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