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In "The Canterbury Tales" Chaucer uses the pilgrimage primarily as a device to ___________.
A.emphasize the characters' religious aspirations
B.frame the stories told by individual characters
C.describe the rigors of medieval life
D.create a vivid and realistic setting

B,C and D all seem like they could be the answer! But I'm thinking from a literary stand point, B makes the most sense. The help is so appreciated :)

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    I agree that B is best.

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    Thanks :)

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    You're welcome.

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