anonymous
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Read the excerpt from The Canterbury Tales. "Think what a safeguard it must be for you That I, who can absolve both high and low When soul from body is about to go, Should chance to fall in with your company! Let me suggest that our host here begin, Since he’s the one who’s most wrapped up in sin. Step forward, Mister Host—your offering first, And you can kiss the relics, every one! All for a penny! Out now with your purse!”
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement best describes the satire in the excerpt? Chaucer criticizes the idea of preserving holy relics from the saints. Chaucer criticizes the idea that forgiveness is available for purchase. Chaucer highlights the need for confession before death. Chaucer highlights the sinful indulgences of the church leaders.
anonymous
  • anonymous
"Chaucer criticizes the notion that divine forgiveness depends on giving money.":
anonymous
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