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The question below refers to the selection “The Prologue from The Canterbury Tales.” Chaucer’s characterization — a. uses the same basic techniques that writers use today b. is based on dialogue rather than action c. never shows the reader what the character is feeling d. shows the characters as basic types rather than as believable individuals
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Chaucer's characterization: Uses the same basic techniques that writers use today.
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Chaucer's characterization: Uses the same basic techniques that writers use today.
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