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Q: 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.
A: In "The Prologue"to The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer uses the pilgrimage primarily as a device to: B. frame the stories told by individual characters.
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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 25768|

User: 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.

Weegy: he narrator in The Canterbury Tales, is portrayed as a. stern and judgmental.
dclark|Points 60|

User: After the rioters abandon their search for Death, they murder one another. This act is an example of — a. dramatic irony c. poetic irony b. comic irony d. verbal irony

Weegy: a. dramatic irony
Amtid09|Points 190|

User: In standing by to carve meat for his father at the table, the young Squire is showing himself to be ____. a. garnished c. solicitous b. prevaricating d. sanguine

Weegy: In standing by to carve meat for his father at the table, the young Squire is showing himself to be c. solicitous ................
sujaysen|Points 5102|

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 rioters go looking for Death because they — a. want to repent of their sins and find salvation b. plan to avenge the deaths of their friends c. know he has great treasure d. want to banish him from England

Weegy: a. want to repent of their sins and find salvation
savieg|Points 80|

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: You know the Cook’s dishes may not be quite as appetizing as might be hoped when Chaucer mentions that the Cook — a. refuses to consult recipe books c. adds too much salt to his cake b. has a large, festering sore d. burns everything he makes

Weegy: You know the Cook?s dishes may not be quite as appetizing as might be hoped when Chaucer mentions that the Cook has a large, [ festering sore. ]
emdjay23|Points 2406|

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