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Which detail from the Knight's description in the Prologue best reflects the spirit of the Middle Ages? A. ". . . loved chivalry/ Truth, honour, freedom and all courtesy." (lines 45-46) B. "At Alexandria, he, when it was won;" (line 51) C. "And bore himself as meekly as a maid." (line 69) D. "Of simple fustian wore he a jupon" (line 75)

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  1. dehelloo
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    You would think A as it denotes the standard medieval ethos...

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