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AP English The Canterbury Tales
If Chaucer hadn't opted to write in __…
Centuries for Middle English
Middle English
texts in Middle English began to appea…
English, French
11th century to 15th century (started with William the Conque…
the mixture of Old English and Anglo Norman (French) ;
13th; 14th
If Chaucer hadn't opted to write in __…
English, French
Centuries for Middle English
11th century to 15th century (started with William the Conque…
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AP English The Canterbury Tales
regular clergy
secular clergy
4 humors
chivalry
designed to be monastic orders, supposed to be cloistered, pr…
worked in society, friars and some monks
believed that illness and mental disturbance were caused by a…
the medieval knightly system with its religious, moral, and s…
regular clergy
designed to be monastic orders, supposed to be cloistered, pr…
secular clergy
worked in society, friars and some monks
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AP English The Canterbury Tales
Host
The Knight
The Merchant
Hubert
owner of the Tabard Inn, who volunteers to travel with the pi…
Socially the most prominent person on the pilgrimage, epitomi…
A shrewd and intelligent man who knows how to strike a good b…
the Friar A sensual, licentious man who seduces young girls a…
Host
owner of the Tabard Inn, who volunteers to travel with the pi…
The Knight
Socially the most prominent person on the pilgrimage, epitomi…
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AP english the canterbury tales vocab
Sedately
Accrue
Sanguine
Malady
adj; in a composed, dignified manner, calmly
v; to be added; to accumulate
adj; cheerful and good natured
n; a disease or disorder; ailment
Sedately
adj; in a composed, dignified manner, calmly
Accrue
v; to be added; to accumulate
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AP English: Chaucer & Canterbury Tales
Geoffrey Chaucer
Anglo-Norman (AKA: Middle English)
Latin & French
unfashionable; couldn't convey nuances…
(1343-1400) often called the father of English poetry and mad…
What did ordinary people in England speak?
Before Chaucer, what languages dominated literature?
English was considered ______ in poetry. Why?
Geoffrey Chaucer
(1343-1400) often called the father of English poetry and mad…
Anglo-Norman (AKA: Middle English)
What did ordinary people in England speak?
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Canterbury Tales Vocabulary AP English
Absolution
Abstruse
Avarice
Boorish
Formal release from guilt or punishment
Obscure or difficult to understand
Extreme greed
Rough, ill-mannered, or coarse
Absolution
Formal release from guilt or punishment
Abstruse
Obscure or difficult to understand
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AP English Canterbury Tales Lines
"To ride abroad had followed chivalry,…
"Thrice in the lists, and always kille…
"He wore a fustian tunic stained and d…
"With locks as curly as if they had be…
the Knight
the Knight
the Knight
the Squire
"To ride abroad had followed chivalry,…
the Knight
"Thrice in the lists, and always kille…
the Knight
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AP English Canterbury Tales Test
The Knight
The Host
The Miller
The Reeve
stands out because of his chivalry, social standing, and dign…
Owner of the Tabard Inn who volunteers to travel with the pil…
Drunk and very rude, interrupts the Host to tell his story an…
crotchety old man who was a carpenter and gets mad when the M…
The Knight
stands out because of his chivalry, social standing, and dign…
The Host
Owner of the Tabard Inn who volunteers to travel with the pil…
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AP English characters in Canterbury Tales
knight
knights son
yeoman
nun
honorable, generous, courteous fought in many wars have nice…
served in army about 20 yrs old fathers assistant short gown…
with knight and knights son wearing green riding masters hors…
coy faker sinner wannabe play hard to get is flirty swears wh…
knight
honorable, generous, courteous fought in many wars have nice…
knights son
served in army about 20 yrs old fathers assistant short gown…
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AP English Test Canterbury Tales
Format
Who was Geoffrey Chaucer?
What are the Canterbury Tales
Thomas Becket
1. Multiple Choice... 2. Short Answer... 3. Responce (brief) to que…
Lived in 14th century England... Married Philippa Pan 1366 (lady…
Masterwork of GC... Each character tells a different story... 24 ta…
Martyr was killed in this church due to his faith - why every…
Format
1. Multiple Choice... 2. Short Answer... 3. Responce (brief) to que…
Who was Geoffrey Chaucer?
Lived in 14th century England... Married Philippa Pan 1366 (lady…
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AP English Midterm- Canterbury Tales
Name of Hotel
Month of Pilgrimage
How man completed tales, how many were…
The town where they began pilgramige
Tabard Inn
April
22, 120
Southwark
Name of Hotel
Tabard Inn
Month of Pilgrimage
April
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AP English 4 Canterbury Tales Pilgrims
Knight
Squire
Yeoman
Nun
- Positively described... - Fights in all holy wars (Crusades)... -…
- Essentially neutral... - Described as a ladies' man who seduce…
- Negatively described... - Obsessed with his own appearance... - W…
- Negatively described... - Concerned with her appearance too mu…
Knight
- Positively described... - Fights in all holy wars (Crusades)... -…
Squire
- Essentially neutral... - Described as a ladies' man who seduce…
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AP English 12 Canterbury Tales Review
Serf
Tithe
Poverty
Chastity
Peasants who were bound to land
Serfs pay knight 10% then he paid the king 10% twice a year
Giving up worldly posessions
No sexual relations
Serf
Peasants who were bound to land
Tithe
Serfs pay knight 10% then he paid the king 10% twice a year
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AP English: The Canterbury Tales - General Prologue
April ... pilgrimage
Canterbury Cathedral (to visit Thomas…
degree & profession... how he feels about…
highest ranking person on this trip, a…
The story begins in ______ and the characters are going on a…
Where are the characters traveling to?
The narrator will tell us about each character's ______ and _…
Why does the narrator start the characters off with the knight?
April ... pilgrimage
The story begins in ______ and the characters are going on a…
Canterbury Cathedral (to visit Thomas…
Where are the characters traveling to?
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Canterbury Tales - Characters (AP English Literature 2016)
Squire
Parson
Oxford Cleric
Skipper
Is humble and respectful to his father.
Poor but a holy minded shepherd
Spends his money on books
Tanned, Hardy, out of his element on a horse
Squire
Is humble and respectful to his father.
Parson
Poor but a holy minded shepherd
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AP English Canterbury Tales Test 1
Harry Bailey
knight
squire
yeoman
owner of the Tabard Inn who suggests moral story telling
served in war, wears battle clothes, perfectly behaved person…
flowery tunic, impresses the ladies with poetry, acknowledges…
medal of Christopher, hood of green, outdoorsman
Harry Bailey
owner of the Tabard Inn who suggests moral story telling
knight
served in war, wears battle clothes, perfectly behaved person…
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AP English Vocabulary list for Canterbury Tales Prologue
engendering
hallow/hallowed
wend
martyr
to produce, cause, give rise to
to make holy; sanctify; sacred
to pursue or direct; to precede or go
a person who willing suffers death on behalf of a belief
engendering
to produce, cause, give rise to
hallow/hallowed
to make holy; sanctify; sacred
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AP English 12 Canterbury Tales Characters
The kinght
The squire
The yeoman
The prioress
-Truth, honor, freedom, courtesy... -fine horse, dirty clothes,…
-has curled hair
-loves to hunt... - coat and hood of green
-perfect manners... - pitied animals but not people
The kinght
-Truth, honor, freedom, courtesy... -fine horse, dirty clothes,…
The squire
-has curled hair
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Canterbury Tales Prologue AP English Test 3
What is The Canterbury Tales written in?
What is vernacular?
When did middle English form?
What kind of narrative is The Canterbu…
vernacular/ middle english
the every day English of the time
between the 12th and 15th centuries
A frame narative
What is The Canterbury Tales written in?
vernacular/ middle english
What is vernacular?
the every day English of the time
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Knights 12th AP English Prologue of Canterbury Tales
Narrator
Knight
Squire
Prioress
Geoffrey Chaucer, the author who would "speak plainly and wit…
father of the squire; lord of the Yeoman; fights in crusades;…
young man of 20, son of the knight; writes songs/poems; a sol…
superior of a monastery of nuns; attended by the Nun, the Mon…
Narrator
Geoffrey Chaucer, the author who would "speak plainly and wit…
Knight
father of the squire; lord of the Yeoman; fights in crusades;…
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Canterbury Tales AP Lit
Author and Pilgrim
Buffoon
Friar
Parson
Geoffrey Chaucer
Robin (the Miller)
Hubert - beggar
Priest - has a congregation
Author and Pilgrim
Geoffrey Chaucer
Buffoon
Robin (the Miller)
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Middle English/Canterbury Tales
Knight's Tale
Miller's Tale
Reeve's Tale
Wife of Bath's tale
Two friends battle for the love of a woman. They first see he…
A young student tricks an old carpenter and seduces his young…
Two students get back at a dishonest miller by seducing his w…
One of King Arthur's knights, accused of rape, must discover…
Knight's Tale
Two friends battle for the love of a woman. They first see he…
Miller's Tale
A young student tricks an old carpenter and seduces his young…
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English- Canterbury Tales
The Knight
The Squire
The Miller
The Yeoman
He fought in many battles,proving his courage. He is also mod…
He is the knight dashing son.
He is boisterous, bearded, and a bit like Kayne (in that he i…
He is a forester who accompanies the knight and squire
The Knight
He fought in many battles,proving his courage. He is also mod…
The Squire
He is the knight dashing son.
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AP Literature - Canterbury Tales
What 3 languages were popular in Chauc…
Who usually spoke English in Chaucer's…
Who usually spoke French in Chaucer's…
Who usually spoke Latin in Chaucer's d…
1. English... 2. French... 3. Latin
Commoners
Scholars
Church
What 3 languages were popular in Chauc…
1. English... 2. French... 3. Latin
Who usually spoke English in Chaucer's…
Commoners
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English Canterbury tales Vocab.
Pilgrimage
Solicitous
Garnished
Absolution
A journey to a holy place, undertaken for religious reasons
Concerned, attentive, considerate
decorated
forgiveness; freedom; pardon
Pilgrimage
A journey to a holy place, undertaken for religious reasons
Solicitous
Concerned, attentive, considerate
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English Chaucer & The Canterbury Tales
Father of English poetry
Chaucer composed in the (?)- the commo…
Chaucer was born into a (?) class fami…
List Chaucer's 5 main professions
Geoffrey Chaucer
Vernacular
Middle class family ... Wine merchant
Page, soldier, member of parliament, Kings ambassador in Euro…
Father of English poetry
Geoffrey Chaucer
Chaucer composed in the (?)- the commo…
Vernacular
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AP Lit Canterbury Tales
Absolution
Commission
Garnished
Prevarication
formally forgiven for all of the things you have done wrong S…
an authorization to do something Syn: permit
- (v) when food is garnished, it is decorated Syn: adorn, bea…
- (noun) the attempt to hide the truth by not answering quest…
Absolution
formally forgiven for all of the things you have done wrong S…
Commission
an authorization to do something Syn: permit
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AP Lit Canterbury Tales
Framework Story
How many travelers were there?
How many travelers were written about?
Name of Tapestry
Series of short stories held togetuer by a prologue
30 including Chaucer
27 Chaucer and the nun had two people with her that weren't w…
Bayeux tapestry
Framework Story
Series of short stories held togetuer by a prologue
How many travelers were there?
30 including Chaucer
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English Canterbury tales test
What season is described in the openin…
What do people especially want to do w…
Where especially do English people wan…
Why do the people want to go there?
Spring (April)
they go on pilgrimages to holy lands
The Shire's end (England and Canterbury)
To seek "the holy blissful martyr" (Thomas Becket)
What season is described in the openin…
Spring (April)
What do people especially want to do w…
they go on pilgrimages to holy lands
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AP Canterbury Tales 60
Cloister
Prelate
Penitent
Tithe
a covered walk in a convent, monastery, college, or cathedral…
a bishop or other high ecclesiastical dignitary
feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
one tenth of annual produce or earnings, formerly taken as a…
Cloister
a covered walk in a convent, monastery, college, or cathedral…
Prelate
a bishop or other high ecclesiastical dignitary
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AP Canterbury Tales Test
Chaucer
Chaucer
Feudal
Feudal
Father of English poetry
Soldier, diplomat, member of Parliament
What class is the Knight?
What class is the Squire?
Chaucer
Father of English poetry
Chaucer
Soldier, diplomat, member of Parliament
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English IV Vocabulary: Canterbury Tales
Felicity
Disconsolate
Iniquity
Accouterments
(noun) Bliss; happiness
(adj.) Deeply unhappy or dejected; without hope, beyond conso…
(noun) A grossly immoral act or injustice; wickedness
(noun) Accessory items of clothing or equipment; a soldier's…
Felicity
(noun) Bliss; happiness
Disconsolate
(adj.) Deeply unhappy or dejected; without hope, beyond conso…
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Canterbury Tales - AP Lit
When was the Battle of Hastings?
Who imposes a law saying that all Engl…
What system does King William I bring…
Who wrote the Canterbury Tales?
1066
King William I
feudalism
Geoffrey Chaucer
When was the Battle of Hastings?
1066
Who imposes a law saying that all Engl…
King William I
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English Vocab Canterbury Tales
Magnanimous
Phlegmatic
Choleric
Sanguine
Generous
Having a straight face
Bad tempered
Optimistic or posotive
Magnanimous
Generous
Phlegmatic
Having a straight face
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english quiz Canterbury tales
The Knight
The Squire
Yeoman
Nun
Modest
20 years old
head like a nut
counterfeit grace
The Knight
Modest
The Squire
20 years old
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English Vocab: the Canterbury Tales
Congregation
discourse
Dignity
pulpit
people gathered for religious worship
a complete or thorough discussion of a topic
honor, self-respect; the quality of deserving esteem or respect
platform from which a religious leader speaks to worshipers
Congregation
people gathered for religious worship
discourse
a complete or thorough discussion of a topic
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Canterbury Tales Additional AP Vocab
ad hominem argument
picaresque novel
epigram
gothic tale
an argument is rebutted by attacking the character, motive, o…
a genre of prose fiction that depicts the adventures of a rog…
a short poem, especially a satirical one, having a witty or i…
combines fiction and horror, death, and at times romance
ad hominem argument
an argument is rebutted by attacking the character, motive, o…
picaresque novel
a genre of prose fiction that depicts the adventures of a rog…
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AP English IV Canterbury Tales Lines 1-18
Whan that Aprill with his shoures soote
The droghte of March hath perced to th…
And bathed every veyne in swich licour
Of which vertu engendred is the flour;
1
2
3
4
Whan that Aprill with his shoures soote
1
The droghte of March hath perced to th…
2
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AP Lit. Canterbury Tales Vocab
Absolution
Abstruse
Avarice
Boorish
(n) formal release from guilt, obligation, or punishment
(adj) obscure or difficult to understand
(n) extreme greed
(adj) rough, ill-mannered, or coarse
Absolution
(n) formal release from guilt, obligation, or punishment
Abstruse
(adj) obscure or difficult to understand
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English IV Honors AP Vocab 1,2, and 3 Canterbury Tales
Exposition
Tochaic
Anapestic
Dactylic
often used at the beginning of a work- introduces main charac…
a metrical foot consisting of one stressed foot followed by a…
a metrical foot consisting of two short syllables followed by…
a metrical foot consisting of one long and two short syllable…
Exposition
often used at the beginning of a work- introduces main charac…
Tochaic
a metrical foot consisting of one stressed foot followed by a…
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Canterbury Tales Prologue Characters APE
Nun
Monk
Franklin
Sergeant of the Law
prone to excessive sorrow and showy weeping, cares for animal…
I don't fancy the rules others place place before me. I choos…
Epicurian and hedonistic am I! I love my cake and wine. I mak…
Though there seemed to be no one busier, I am not as busy as…
Nun
prone to excessive sorrow and showy weeping, cares for animal…
Monk
I don't fancy the rules others place place before me. I choos…
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English Vocabulary Canterbury Tales
Chivalry
Sovereign
Heathen
Van
The medieval knightly system; knights and noblemen
Excellent or fine; supreme power
Nonreligious; pagan
Part of army that goes before the rest (vanguard)
Chivalry
The medieval knightly system; knights and noblemen
Sovereign
Excellent or fine; supreme power
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English Canterbury tales
Nun
Squire
Yeman
Knight
Soft hearted... Spoke French ... Pleasant and friendly... Solicitous... N…
Young man of noble birth who was aspirant to knighthood serve…
Good marksman... Carried weapons with himSaid to have a brown fa…
Courteous... Generous ... Brave ... Noble... Trusting... Christian... Follower…
Nun
Soft hearted... Spoke French ... Pleasant and friendly... Solicitous... N…
Squire
Young man of noble birth who was aspirant to knighthood serve…
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English: Canterbury Tales Terms
frame story
physiognomy
verbal irony
satire
smaller story is told within the context of a tale
use of physical appearance to suggest attributes of a persons…
meaningful contrast between what is said and what is actually…
author ridicules or exposes faults of his subject to provoke…
frame story
smaller story is told within the context of a tale
physiognomy
use of physical appearance to suggest attributes of a persons…
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English Canterbury Tales Test
Frame Story
Social Commentary
Direct Characterization
Indirect Characterization
Narrative technique in which a main story is composed, at lea…
writing that makes some statement or criticism of a larger is…
the presentation of direct statements about a character
the presentation of a character through actions, thoughts, di…
Frame Story
Narrative technique in which a main story is composed, at lea…
Social Commentary
writing that makes some statement or criticism of a larger is…
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English: Canterbury Tales Vocab
counterfeit
wanton
sovereign
Sundry
v.... - to pretend,... - to imitate... - copy especially in order to d…
adj.... watonness- n... watonly- adj.... - undisciplined... - unruly... - le…
adj.... - of the most exalted kind... -supreme... Pg. 5
adj.... - made up of different things... Pg. 3... "Of far-off saints,…
counterfeit
v.... - to pretend,... - to imitate... - copy especially in order to d…
wanton
adj.... watonness- n... watonly- adj.... - undisciplined... - unruly... - le…
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AP Literature - Canterbury Tales Review
What season does Canterbury Tales take…
Where are the pilgrims going?
How many pilgrims are there?
Where do the pilgrims begin their jour…
springtime
The memorial of St. Thomas Becket, a Christian martyr
29 and the narrator
Tabard inn
What season does Canterbury Tales take…
springtime
Where are the pilgrims going?
The memorial of St. Thomas Becket, a Christian martyr
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English Midterm: Canterbury Tales
The Narrator
The Knight
The Wife of Bath
The Prioress
narrator presents himself as a gregarious and naïve character…
The first pilgrim Chaucer describes in the General Prologue,…
She has been married five times and had many other affairs in…
Described as modest and quiet, this Prioress aspires to have…
The Narrator
narrator presents himself as a gregarious and naïve character…
The Knight
The first pilgrim Chaucer describes in the General Prologue,…
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English Canterbury tales characters
The skipper
The Franklin
The sergeant at law
The merchant
Takes no prisoners
A land-owner, or freeman, who loves to impress guests
Can quote law and find its loopholes
Forked beard, dishonest
The skipper
Takes no prisoners
The Franklin
A land-owner, or freeman, who loves to impress guests
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English - Canterbury Tales
Spring
Social commentary
He tells it like it is, don't shoot th…
It is the starting point of their pilg…
What time of year do the pilgrims go to canturbury?
Writing that offers insight into society, it's values, and it…
What does Chaucer mean by "I am short of wit as you will unde…
What causes them to gather at the Tavern Inn?
Spring
What time of year do the pilgrims go to canturbury?
Social commentary
Writing that offers insight into society, it's values, and it…
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