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Q: The Pardoner earns money from all of the following activities except — a. preaching against greed c. selling relics and papal pardons b. begging from church to church d. making and selling baskets
A: d. making and selling basket
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User: The Pardoner earns money from all of the following activities except — a. preaching against greed c. selling relics and papal pardons b. begging from church to church d. making and selling baskets

Weegy: d. making and selling basket
kirkus92|Points 140|

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: he narrator in The Canterbury Tales, says he plans to give account of all their words and dealings, / Using their very phrases as they fell.? b. [ indirect characterization - an author provide such details. ]
yumdrea|Points 1960|

User: 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.

Weegy: In "The Prologue"to The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer uses the pilgrimage primarily as a device to: B. frame the stories told by individual characters.
andrewpallarca|Points 26313|

User: In “The Pardoner’s Tale,” Death is portrayed as ____________. a. both the prince of wickedness and an actual person b. both a skeletal figure and an evil angel c. an old man selling wares by the side of the road d. an archangel who kills people through natural disaster and war

Weegy: In The Pardonera's Tale,? Death is portrayed as an old man selling wares by the side of the road. (c)
befeeter|Points 406|

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.

Weegy: explain procedures to be followed in the social care setting to prevent fire
Mark Akens|Points 40|

User: In “The Prologue,” Chaucer’s main objective is to — a. analyze religious customs c. introduce his cast of characters b. reveal the narrator’s thoughts d. describe a London inn

Weegy: The question below refers to the selection "The Prologue from The Canterbury Tales." In "The Prologue Chaucer" main objective is to b. reveal the narrator's thoughts.
agay18|Points 291|

User: Who is/are the real traitor(s) in "The Pardoner's Tale"? a. the three rioters c. the old man b. Death d. the plague

Weegy: A. The three rioters are the real traitors in The Pardoner's Tale. [smile] [ ]
Mayang30|Points 888|

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
Pitttypang|Points 193|

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
Pitttypang|Points 193|

User: Which profession found among Chaucer’s pilgrims can still be found today? a. Reeve c. Pardoner b. Manciple d. Parson

Weegy: Answer: d. [ Parson ]
potpot|Points 60|

User: What can the reader infer about the Friar from these lines from “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales? But anywhere a profit might accrue / Courteous he was and lowly of service too. a. He helps others make money. c. He has aspirations to be a merchant. b. He is humble and servile. d. He will use people for money.

Weegy: a. He helps others make money
daniel12426|Points 50|

User: The Wife of Bath is a — a. pious churchgoer and religious teacher b. well-traveled vendor of fine silk clothing c. veteran of several pilgrimages and marriages d. widow of a prosperous doctor in Bath

Weegy: The Wife of Bath is a veteran of several pilgrimages and marriages.
debnjerry|Points 51501|

User: By positioning his description of the Miller almost immediately after that of the Plowman in The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer accentuates a. the virtues of the Plowman. b. the buffoonishness and criminality of the Miller. c. the kinship between these two laborers. d. the virtues of the Plowman as well as the buffoonishness and criminality of the Miller.

Weegy: By positioning his description of the Miller almost immediately after that of the Plowman in The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer accentuates the virtues of the Plowman as well as the buffoonishness and criminality of the Miller.
jeifunk|Points 10736|

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
lena.G|Points 261|

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]
Mayang30|Points 888|

User: As a reward for giving him the answer that will save his life, the old woman demands — a. a large sum of money c. to marry the knight b. to learn the secret of youth d. to be pardoned by the queen

Weegy: Could you please clarify what source this question is asking about?
miss186|Points 777|

User: Which adjective does not describe the Wife of Bath’s narrative voice? a. mournful c. lively b. witty d. earthy

Weegy: a. mournful does not describe the Wife of Bath's narrative voice. [smile]
Mayang30|Points 888|

User: What theme does Chaucer convey in “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales? a. the conflicts inherent in society c. the infinite variety of human nature b. the basic evil of mankind d. the pitfalls of sensual pleasure

Weegy: a. the conflicts inherent in society is the theme that Chaucer conveys in ?The Prologue? to The Canterbury Tales.
OxTornado007|Points 6899|

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