Question 10 5 5 points how is the knight in the wife

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Question 10 5 / 5 points How is the knight in "The Wife of Bath's Tale" different from the way knights are usually portrayed? Question options: He is not different from other knights we usually read about. He goes on a quest in search of the woman's enemy He acts honorably and nobly by deciding the old woman could have his wealth. He commits a terrible crime and later he insults the old woman after she has saved his life.
Question 11 5 / 5 points Claim: The author does not think Geoffrey of Monmouth is a reliable source about the real King Arthur. Which of the following supports the above claim?
"The legend of King Arthur--in stark contrast to the actual man--is easy to track back to its origins." "But, as skeptics have been quick to point out, nowhere does Glidas mention the name of Arthur." "So goes the tale, as told by Geoffrey of Monmouth." "...but such is the nature of classic myths. They can transcend almost any sort of border; witness the revival of the legend in the twentieth century…" Question 12 5 / 5 points The Canterbury Tales is written almost entirely in what style?
Question 13 5 / 5 points Claim: It is more difficult to find out about the real King Arthur than the origin of his legend. Which of the following supports the above claim?

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