English 12 Literature
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Critical Reading Identify the letter of the choice that best answers the question. According to Bede, what is true of Ireland?
At the end of Morte d’Arthur, the narrator says he is not sure what happened to King Arthur. Some say he was buried by a hermit who was once the bishop of Canterbury. What do other people say happened to him?
What do you learn about “The Pardoner’s Tale” by rereading these lines? And then Death went his way without a word. / He’s killed a thousand in the present plague, / And, sir, it doesn’t do to be too vague / If you should meet him; you had best be wary.
This is a surface level question. If you have read the work, the answer should be right there. Go here for extra help:
Clearly, only you can respond to the second question: "What do you learn ... ?"
Canterbury Tales - with side-by-side old-new English: