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History. Identify the Character. Plot/Story. Devices. Chaucer. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. A caste system of overlords, vassals, and serfs. 100 points. Feudalism.

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200

History

Identify the

Character

Plot/Story

Devices

Chaucer

100

100

100

100

100

200

200

200

200

200

300

300

300

300

300

400

400

400

400

400

500

500

500

500

500


A caste system of overlords vassals and serfs

A caste system of overlords, vassals, and serfs

100 points


Feudalism

Feudalism


In the middle ages women of rank held social positions based on this

In the Middle Ages, women of rank held social positions based on this

200 points


The status of their husbands or fathers

The status of their husbands or fathers


200

The collapse of the European feudal system, land ownership, and the establishment of lower, middle, and upper middle classes was a result of these factors.

300 points


The growth of cities during the middle ages the plague

The growth of cities during the Middle Ages & the plague


The church of rome gained greater power because of this event

The Church of Rome gained greater power because of this event

400 points


The martyrdom of thomas a beckett the archbishop of canterbury

The martyrdom of Thomas a Beckett, the Archbishop of Canterbury


The english national consciousness gradually developed as a result of this

The English national consciousness gradually developed as a result of this

500 points


The hundred years war between england and france

The Hundred Years’ War between England and France


A model of the landed gentry he was kind old and generous

“A model of the landed gentry; he was kind,old, and generous.”

100 points


The knight

The Knight


A wrangler and buffoon he played the bagpipes

“A ‘wrangler and buffoon’; he played the bagpipes.”

200 points


The miller

The Miller


200

“Her forehead, certainly, was fair of spread,Almost a span across the brow,I own;She was by no means undergrown.”

300 points


The prioress

The Prioress


He preaches against avarice because he is especially greedy

He preaches against avarice because he is especially greedy

400 points


The pardoner

The Pardoner


200

Chaucer’s references to the pilgrim’s physical characteristics are intended to give us an indication of this.

500 points


Direct characteriztion of their personality types

Direct characteriztion of their personality types


The reason the pilgrims are traveling to canterbury

The reason the pilgrims are traveling to Canterbury

100 points


To visit the shrine of saint thomas a becket

To visit the shrine of Saint Thomas a Becket


The reasons the pilgrims agree to tell tales

The reasons the pilgrims agree to tell tales

200 points


To win a free meal and entertain one another

To win a free meal and entertain one another


200

The Pardoner earns money from preaching against greed, selling relics & pardons, and begging from church to church. He doesn’t do this.

300 points


Make and sell baskets or work of any kind

Make and sell baskets or work of any kind.


The reason the rioters in the pardoner s tale go looking for death

The reason the rioters in the “Pardoner’s Tale” go looking for Death.

400 points


To avenge the deaths of their friends

To avenge the deaths of their friends


At the end of the tale the rioters do this

At the end of the tale, the rioters do this.

500 points


Meet death

Meet Death


This is chaucer s favorite rhyme scheme

This is Chaucer’s favorite rhyme scheme

100 points


The couplet

The couplet


Thinly they fell like rat tails one by one is an example of this

“Thinly they fell, like rat-tails, one by one” is an example of this

200 points


Imagery simile

Imagery/simile


200

After they abandon their search for Death, the rioters murder each other. This is an example of this type of irony.

300 points


Situational

Situational


Chaucer uses this device to characterize the others connected with the church

Chaucer uses this device to characterize the others connected with the Church.

400 points


Satire using direct indirect characterization

Satire using direct & indirect characterization


200

In the “Pardoner’s Tale,” Death is portrayed as both the price of wickedness and an actual person. The device Chaucer uses here is this.

500 points


Personification

Personification


In the canterbury tales chaucer is both the storyteller and this

In The Canterbury Tales ,Chaucer is both the storyteller and this.

100 points


A pilgrim participant

A Pilgrim/participant


Chaucer has been given this title

Chaucer has been given this title.

200 points


The father of english poetry

The Father of English Poetry


In the canterbury tales chaucer presents a cross section of this society

In The Canterbury Tales,Chaucer presents a cross section of this society.

300 points


Medieval

Medieval


Chaucer s pilgrims are organized this way

Chaucer’s pilgrims are organized this way.

400 points


Pairs groups

Pairs & Groups


Chaucer had the most contempt for this group of people

Chaucer had the most contempt for this group of people

500 points


Religious

Religious


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