anonymous
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In the Middle Ages, Christians were expected to visit a priest yearly to offer
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the last word
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sacrifice I think
anonymous
  • anonymous
Indulgences.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you gal
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the excerpt from The Canterbury Tales. I only preach of avarice and the like, And in this way induce them to be free In giving cash—especially to me. Because my only interest is in gain; I’ve none whatever in rebuking sin. How does the excerpt satirize the Church? by exaggerating the greedy nature of the clergy by describing the violent behavior of the clergy by explaining the excessive salaries of the clergy by ridiculing the lack of knowledge among the clergy
anonymous
  • anonymous
Pretty sure that's A. Not positive though.
anonymous
  • anonymous
about to find out
anonymous
  • anonymous
A
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statements accurately describe medieval pardoners? Check all that apply. They translated the Bible into English. They were authorized to preach. They distributed indulgences. They were considered the Pope’s equals. They accepted donations for the church.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@TheGalPlayer2
anonymous
  • anonymous
a medieval preacher delegated to raise money for religious works by soliciting offerings and granting indulgences. 2. : one that pardons. I can only think the last one is right but I know there could be 1-2 more. Not sure.
anonymous
  • anonymous
p.s indulgences wasn't right
anonymous
  • anonymous
@BelleCarroll1996 crap, sorry is was confessions
anonymous
  • anonymous
Satire is an author’s use of narration to explain plot events. dialogue to engage the reader. details to present a time period. humor to criticize human folly.
anonymous
  • anonymous
definition of satire: the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues. So b?
Deadly_Roses
  • Deadly_Roses
i think that would be D actually....
Deadly_Roses
  • Deadly_Roses
since the meaning of it is to express humor, to expose and criticize peoples 'stupidity' as it says

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