anonymous
  • anonymous
"Then show I forth my hollow crystal-stones, / Which are crammed full of rags, aye, and of bones; / Relics are these, as they think, every one." (Ch. 28, 19 – 21) What can you infer from this passage, spoken by the Pardoner? A. That the people he sells the relics to know they are fake B. That the relics he sells are real C. That the relics he sells are not real D. That the Pardoner knows his relics are not real, but he is motivated by a desire to bring comfort to people
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anonymous
  • anonymous
C. That the relics he sells are not real. :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks
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  • anonymous
Np :D @TheHomeworkNinja

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