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Which of these lines from The Canterbury Tales’ “Prologue” best exemplifies a Franklin?
“He was a model among landed gentry.”
“As Sheriff he checked audit, every entry.”
“There was no such conveyancer as he…”
“He lived for pleasure and had always done…”

My answer is A

asked by Steve
  1. https://tigerweb.towson.edu/duncan/chaucer/notes-franklin.html

    Probably so.

    posted by Writeacher
  2. thank you

    posted by Steve
  3. You’re welcome.

    posted by Writeacher
  4. So is A right?

    posted by Nancy

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