What can we infer from "Fair Rosamond"? -B. The pursuit of wealth was of the greatest value in medieval England. User:
A ballad is usually
A. linguistically formal.
B. recited by a chorus.
C. performed by several actors.
D. structured in quatrains with rhyming stanzas.
D. structured in quatrains with rhyming stanzas. User:
A ballad is typically
D. instructional. Weegy:
A ballad is typically narrative.
What is the draught with which the Queen intends to kill Rosamond?
A. a large knife
B. a toxic drink
C. a magical creature
D. a poison-tipped spear
The answer is B. a toxic drink. User:
Which theme would MOST LIKELY be found in a medieval ballad?
A. the battle of good versus evil
B. the inner struggle to be one's best
C. the quest to find the meaning of life
D. the challenge to define personal identity
The answer is: A User:
In the ballad "Robin Hood and Allan-a-Dale," how does Robin Hood display gallantry?
A. He dresses Little John in the bishop's coat.
B. He asks Allan-a-Dale courteously for money.
C. He reunites two lovers separated by powerful forces.
D. He impersonates a musician even though he has no musical skill.
B. He asks Allan-a-Dale courteously for money. User:
Robin Hood is an example of a typical medieval
"'Sir,' said Ector unto Arthur,' will ye be my good and gracious lord when ye are king ' 'Else were I to blame,' said Arthur, 'for ye are the man in the world that I am most beholden to, and my good lady and mother your wife, that as well as her own hath fostered me and kept.'"
What element of medieval romance does this passage most illustrate?
A. good versus evil
B. code of chivalry
C. courtly love
D. magical elements
The answer is A. good versus evil [smile] User:
"'Now assay,' said Sir Ector unto Sir Kay. And anon he pulled at the sword ... (More)