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The Canterbury Tales Quick Write. The Canterbury Tales (Prologue) Tuesday, November 27, 2012 Have you ever tried to imagine what other people’s lives.

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1 The Canterbury Tales Quick Write

2 The Canterbury Tales (Prologue) Tuesday, November 27, 2012 Have you ever tried to imagine what other people’s lives are like? Write a journal entry about someone you have observed, explaining what conclusions you drew from his or her appearance and manner.

3 The Canterbury Tales (Prologue) Wednesday, November 28, 2012 Turn to page 104. How does the Squire’s character differ from that of the Knight?

4 The Canterbury Tales (Prologue) Thursday, November 29, 2012 Name one element that adds to the humor of The Canterbury tales and provide an example.

5 The Canterbury Tales (The Pardoner’s Tale) Monday, December 3, 2012 Is there any goal or reward that would tempt you to betray one of your friends? Please explain why or why not.

6 The Canterbury Tales (The Pardoner’s Tale) Tuesday, December 4, 2012 Describe how faith in God plays a role in the Pardoner’s tale so far?

7 The Canterbury Tales (The Wife of Bath’s Tale) Thursday, December 5, 2012 What is humorous about the exchange between the Wife and the Pardoner at the beginning of The Wife of Bath’s Tale?

8 The Canterbury Tales (The Wife of Bath’s Tale) Tuesday, December 6, 2012 What are the benefits of submitting oneself to the superior arguments of another? Explain why considering situations in which an insistence on getting one’s own way might be ill-advised.


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