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The Canterbury Tales Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1. The moral of 'The Yeoman's Tale' is that _____

Question 2 2. What does Death symbolize in The Pardoner's Tale from Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales?

Question 3 3. Chanticleer's vanity is contrasted with the modesty of _____

Question 4 4. What happens to the three rioters in The Pardoner's Tale from Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales?

Question 5 5. Canace uses the magic ring to communicate with an injured falcon, as told in 'The Squire's Tale' from The Canterbury Tales. How was the falcon injured?

Question 6 6. Where were all the pilgrims going to on their journey in The Canterbury Tales?

Question 7 7. Who does love conquer all for in The Canterbury Tales?

Question 8 8. Which character in The Canterbury Tales is more concerned with horses than faith?

Question 9 9. What does the Pardoner do that shows his greed?

Question 10 10. In The Canterbury Tales, what are the pilgrims traveling to see in Canterbury?

Question 11 11. What is the wife of Bath traveling to see in The Canterbury Tales?

Question 12 12. The Clerk from The Canterbury Tales is a student of what?

Question 13 13. Who was the Parson's brother in The Canterbury Tales?

Question 14 14. In The Tale of Melibee, Prudence lives up to her name by her behavior. What does her name mean?

Question 15 15. In The Canterbury Tales, what social class does the Monk ACT as though he belongs to?

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