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Pilgrim’s Pride. Nights that begin with K. Millers & Reeves. Pardon Me!. About the Chaucer. The Canterbury Terms. The Canterbury Terms. Nights that begin with K. About the Chaucer. Pilgrim’s Pride. Millers & Reeves. Pardon Me!. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200.

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The Canterbury Terms

Nights that begin with K

About the Chaucer

Pilgrim’s Pride

Millers & Reeves

Pardon Me!

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  • This is the number of travelers on the pilgrimage?
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What is thirty-one?

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What is the Tabard Inn?

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Who is Thomas a Becket?

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What is April?

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What is four tales each?

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Palamon and Arcite first see Emily from this location.

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What is a jail cell?

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Who is Theseus?

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What is 100 knights?

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Who is Palamon?

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What is Ancient Athens?

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Nicholas is hit with this item in the Miller’s Tale.

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What is a hot coulter (poker)?

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What is a carpenter?

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What is baking a cake?

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Who are Alan and John ?

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What is a weight of sixteen stone?

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The Pardoner is guilty of this.

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What is selling false relics?

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What is a bar?

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What is poisoning?

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What is “greed is the root of all evil?”

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What is irony?

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Chaucer died in this year.

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What is 1400?

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What is the hundred years war?

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Chaucer “borrowed” much of his work from this man. A writer he most likely would have come across working as a diplomat in Italy.

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Who is Giovanni Boccaccio?

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What is the 14th century?

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What is Poets’ Corner (Westminster Abbey)?

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This is the contrast between what is expected and what occurs.

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What is irony?

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What is chivalry?

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This is a literary work that ridicules its subject in order to make a comment or criticism about it.

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What is a satire?

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What is a fabliau?

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What is an exemplum?

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Final

Jeopardy