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What idea does the description of the prioress in the prologue to chaucers the Canterbury tales? A. She was a devout nun for whom religion and God were of prime importance. B. She was concerned for the general well-being of her fellow pilgrims. C. She aspired to courtly life and behaved like a court lady rather than a nun. D. She was not a person devoted to fashion and courtly manners. Help please?

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