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The Canterbury Tales: The Knight's Tale
The Canterbury Tales: The Knight's Tale
by Geoffrey Chaucer

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Q. Who is described? "Of Atthenes he wasa lord and governour"


Theseus
Palamon
Arcite
Chaucer
Zeus
Q. "The remenant of the tale is long ynough" means


The knight is going to need extra time
The knight is courteous and will shorten his tale
The knight thinks the nun went on too long
This tale is really important
Chaucer has too many characters
Q. Who is "he" in "He, for despit and for his tirranye To do the dede bodyes vileynye"?


Palamon
Theseus
Arcite
Creon
Philostrate
Q. Who is described? "He cast his eye upon Emelya, And therwithal he bleynte, and cryede 'A!'"


Creon
Palamon
Theseus
Arcite
Narrator
Q. Who is described, "The fresshe beautee sleeth me sodeynly"?


Aphrodite
Emily
Hera
Venus
Diana

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