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Fall 2009 Chaucer: 315 Practice Final Exam You may use your Middle English text, but not class notes. Part One: Choose two passages to explicate: either 1A or 1B AND either 1C or 1D . Answer the questions after each passage, one paragraph for each question (bullet). Each passage is worth 25 points. 1A. “‘Goode men and wommen, o thyng warne I yow: If any wight be in this chirche now That hath doon synne horrible, that he Dar nat, for shame, of it yshryven˚ be, confessed and forgiven Or any womman, be she yong or old, That hath ymaked hir housbonde cokewold, Swich folk shal have no power ne no grace To offren to my relikes in this place. And whoso fyndeth hym out of swich blame, He wol come up and offre a Goddes name, And I assoille˚ him by the auctoritee absolve Which that by bulle ygraunted was to me.’ By this gaude˚ have I wonne, yeer by yeer, trick An hundred mark˚ sith I was pardoner.” about 66 pounds “The Pardoner’s Prologue” (VI 377-390) In this passage what strategy does the Pardoner use to practice his “profession”? Offer 2 reasons why the Pardoner reveals his secrets to the pilgrims in his Prologue.
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2010 for the course ENGL 315 taught by Professor Caldwell during the Spring '09 term at CSU Fullerton.

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