Which of the following is false concerning chapter 8 A Miserere is a musical

Which of the following is false concerning chapter 8

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15. Which of the following is false concerning chapter 8? A “Miserere” is a musical setting forPsalm 51, the most commonly used of the penitential hymns.
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A. The Catholic Grand Inquisitor and the Jew, Don Issachar, were worried about theirrespective religious laws concerning the day of the Sabbath, and so argued about whether it fell on Saturday or Sunday and who got to be with Cunegonde on those days.B. As Cunegonde and Candide sat down to dinner, the Inquisitor showed up.C. The illusions to soft and white skin by Cunegonde suggest she was a little more carnallyminded than a normal heroine of a story should be.16. T/F Candide watched in horror as the Inquisitor slew Don Issachar.Candide—p. 517. T/F Don Issachar was buried in his synagogue and the Grand Inquisitor in a church.18. Which of the following is false concerning chapter10?19. Which of the following is false concerning chapter11?20. T/F Pope Urban X, who succeeded Paul IV, had been a Jesuit monk prior to his elevation to the papacy.21. Which of the following is false concerning chapter 12?22. Which of the following is false concerning chapter 13?A. The old woman counseled Cunegonde to forsake Candide and marry the governor.B. The old woman counseled Candide to flee from the alcaide (mayor or judge in Spanishcolonies) who was seeking for the murderer of the Grand Inquisitor.C. The old woman stabbed the governor to save Cunegonde.23. Which of the following is false concerning chapter 14?
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Candide–p.624. Which of the following is false concerning chapter 15?
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