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2 The Middle Ages The Canterbury Tales The Pardoner’s Tale King Arthur The Renaissance

3 After William the Conqueror triumphed at the Battle of Hastings, England changed because of its:

4 Adoption of the Norman feudal system

5 Feudalism’s religious concept of hierarchy featured ___.

6 A caste system of lords, vassals, and serfs.

7 What was the most positive effect of the medieval church?

8 the use of Latin for everyday use

9 What did the Black Death ultimately result in ?

10 Increased awareness of proper sanitation.

11 What was the result of the Hundred Years’ War between England and France?

12 France gave part of Normandy to England

13 In “The Prologue”, what is Chaucer’s main objective?

14 Introduce his cast of characters.

15 Why are the pilgrims traveling to Canterbury?

16 The shrine of St. Thomas a Becket is there.

17 Why do the pilgrims agree to tell tales during the journey?

18 To win a free meal and entertain one another.

19 Which character most closely resembles Chaucer in The Canterbury Tales?

20 narrator

21 Which pilgrim does Chaucer begin with when describing them?

22 The Knight

23 How does the Pardoner earn money?

24 Preaching against greed, begging from church to church, and selling relics and papal pardons

25 Why do the rioters go looking for Death?

26 They plan to avenge the deaths of their friends.

27 In “The Pardoner’s Tale,” how is Death portrayed?

28 An old man selling wares by the side of the road

29 Who is the character who prevents a fight between the Pardoner and the Host?

30 The Knight

31 After the tale, what does the Pardoner offer to do for his fellow pilgrims?

32 Sell them relics and pardons.

33 In a dream that foretells his own death, King Arthur is ___.

34 Stabbed by his own son, Modred.

35 What does Sir Gawain advise King Arthur to do?

36 Talk peace with Modred, then wait for Launcelot.

37 How does the battle start?

38 A soldier unthinkingly flashes his sword, and the armies react.

39 What happens to King Arthur’s sword in the end?

40 A hand rising from the lake pulls the sword underwater.

41 Who is the only survivor of the battle?

42 Sir Bedivere

43 Why are historical periods inexact and generally unknown to the people who live during them?

44 The are named later by historians to describe general trends rather than precise beginning and endings.

45 What did the intellectual movement known as humanism do?

46 Joined the wisdom of the classics with that of the Bible, emphasizing ideals of wisdom and virture.

47 Why did the invention of printing with movable type have a great impact?

48 The wide availability of reading material allowed ideas to spread quickly.

49 In the mid-1500s, many people in England were dissatisfied with the Church of England because they ___.

50 felt that the church was insufficiently reformed, merely a copy of Catholicism.

51 What caused an eleven-year gap in the line of English monarch between ?

52 England was ruled by Parliament and by the Puritan dictator Oliver Cromwell.


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