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The unworldly student who prefers philosophy to riches is the a. Merchant c. Oxford Cleric b. Franklin d. Reeve
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The narrator in The Canterbury Tales, is portrayed as a. stern and judgmental. c. robust and merry. b. sophisticated and worldly. d. naive and observant.
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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
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In “The Prologue,” Chaucer’s main objective is to introduce his cast of characters.
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The member of the clergy given the most admiring, flattering description is the — a. Parson c. Nun b. Friar d. Monk
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The member of the clergy given the most admiring, flattering description is the - FRIAR.

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In “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer calls the Franklin’s girdle “white as morning milk” to a. reiterate the Franklin’s obsession with food. b. emphasize the Franklin’s personal cleanliness. c. symbolize the Franklin’s purity of heart. d. show the Franklin’s weakness for fancy clothes.
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