Which excerpt from “The Prologue” of The Canterbury Tales best indicates that the Nun is a compassionate person? (1 point)
• “Her veil was gathered in a seemly way,/Her nose was elegant…”
• “And well she sang a service, with a fine/Intoning through her nose…”
• “She used to weep if she but saw a mouse/Caught in a trap, if it were dead…”
• “But she could carry a morsel up and keep/The smallest drop from falling… ”

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