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Which excerpt from Everyman best represents how Everyman is characterized overall in the passage?
- It is said, in prosperity men friends may find, Which in adversity be full unkind.
- I believe that they will do so, For kind will creep where it may not go.
- For I have a great enemy, that hath me in wait, Which intendeth me for to hinder.
- But when I have the most need, they me forsake. I am deceived; that maketh me sad.
Answer: I believe that they will do so, For kind will creep where it may not go.
The excerpt “I believe they will do so, For kind will creep where it may not go” best represents the overall characterization in the passage. I believe they will do so, For kind will creep where it may not go.
this was the only ground of that war in which they engaged with the Nephelogetes against the Aleopolitanes……yet they pretended to no share of the spoil.The purpose of this passage is to provide an
For kind will creep where it may not go
EVERYMAN: Alack! shall we thus depart indeed?
Our Lady, help, without any more comfort,
Lo, Fellowship foresaketh me in my most need…In the passage, the author develops the character of Everyman through?
COUSIN: No, by our Lady; I have the cramp in my toe.
Trust not to me, so God me speed,
I will deceive you in your most need,
KindredWhat does this passage imply about Cousin?
At first, Kindred says,”In wealth and woe we will with you hold,” but then he says, “As for me, ye shall go alone.” This leads the reader to conclude that Kindred is shallow, contradictory, and possibly selfish.This paper is
They detest was as a very brutal thing, and which, to the reproach of human nature, is more practiced by men than by any sort of beasts…assist an oppressed nation in shaking off the yoke of tyranny.Which quotation from the passage BEST summarizes the central idea?
Thou wouldst betray me for the precious hilt;
Either from lost of gold, or like a girl
Valuing the giddy pleasures of the eyes.What does the simile help convey to the reader?
I can sting with my tongue and when i preach
I sting so hard, the fellow cant escape…
Of piety, and seem sincerely piousHow does the excerpt satirize the clergy?
the reader’s position
To the best of our knowledge, he decided that his major would be acting.Which does the sentence contain?
they distributed indulgences
they accepted donations for the church
I am so deeply smitten thro’ the helm
Tat without help I cannot last till morn
Thou therefore take my brand excalibur,
which was my pride:The metaphor emphasizes to the reader how
this king was staying at camelot at christmastime
with many fair lords and the most beautiful ladies…What element of medieval court culture is evident in the excerpt?
the lardy bell rang, but he sauntered to class un
she waited patiently as she carefully adjusted the
The pardon-seller’s hair was yellow as wax
And sleekly hanging, like a hank of flax.
In meagre clusters hung what hair he had:
…His voice was like a goat’s, plaintive and thin.Which statement best describes the narrators perception of the pardon-seller in this excerpt?
i preach just as you’ve heard me say; and tell
a hundred taradiddies more as well.
…that its a joy to watch me at my workhow does the excerpt satirize pardoners?
i never saw a clearer instance of the opposite impressions
that different customs make on people than i observed in the ambassadors of the Anemolians, who came to…
they should look like gods, and strike the eyes of the poorWhich is the central idea of this excerpt?
She used to wipe her upper lip so clean,
No prints of grease inside her cup was seen…
and it was dead or bleeding, she would weep.which of the underlined words Best help the reader understand what the nun is like?
“Think what a safeguard it must be for you
That I, who can absolve both high and low…
All for a penny! Out now with your purse!”Which statement best describes the satire in the excerpt?
For I’ll have money, wool, and cheese, and wheat,
Though given by the poorest serving-lad,…
But hear me out now, gentlemen…Which statement best describes the satire in the excerpt?
The knight on his horse turned in his saddle,
And wildly he flashed his red eyes around,…
And stretched as a lord might, and made ready to speak.What statement best describes the knight’s actions?