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Which of the following are elements of the premise of The Canterbury Tales? Check all that apply.

  • Question 3a of 10 - Structure of The Canterbury Tales

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  • Question: Which of the following are elements of the premise of The Canterbury Tales? Check all that apply.
  • Answers:
  1. Pilgrims are assembled at an inn on the way to Canterbury.
  2. Whoever tells the best story will receive a golden chalice paid for by the other pilgrims.
  3. The innkeeper is the one who proposes the contest.
  4. Once all the stories have been told, the innkeeper will choose a winner.

The correct answer is: Pilgrims are assembled at an inn on the way to Canterbury, The innkeeper is the one who proposes the contest, and Once all the stories have been told, the innkeeper will choose a winner.

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