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In the Canterbury Tales, a______ to the shrine of Thomas a Becket forms the large framework.
In the Canterbury Tales, a pilgrimage to the shrine of Thomas a Becket forms the large framework.
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User: In the Canterbury Tales, a______ to the shrine of Thomas a Becket forms the large framework.







Weegy: In the Canterbury Tales, a pilgrimage to the shrine of Thomas a Becket forms the large framework.
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User: Each tale is _____. A.separate from the others B.linked to the one before it

Weegy: Each tale is B.linked to the one before it.
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