A Fable (for plato gang)
The type of story that the Nun's Priest tells is a fable. As you may already know, fables are stories where the main protagonists are animals who have human qualities, and it usually ends with some kind of a moral.
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this type of story which the nuns priest tell in chaucer and tge canterbury
Chaucer is well known for having used many a literary genre to write his tales. He makes use of the romance, the fabliau and in the case of the nun's tale Chaucer writes a fable. The hero of this tale is Chaunticleer the rooster who is talking to Pertelote about a dream he had about a dangerous fox. The correct option is letter C.
You answer would be C. Fable
In the Canterbury Tales, the Nun's Priest is called upon to tella fun story, because the Monk has just told a real downer. So, he tells a beast fable.
question:#1: what is the simile that occurs in lines 43-47 (below)? give exact words for just the simile. #2: explain what frost means by this comparison.
it's when i'm weary of considerations, and life is too much like a pathless wood where your face burns and tickles with the cobwebs broken across it, and one eye is weeping from a twig's having lashed across it open
answer to question #1: the simile that occurs in the text given (lines 43-47) is: ''life is too much like a pathless ''
explanation: a simile is a comparison of one thing with another thing and it is used to make a vivid description. it uses like or as. in the text, we can understand that the person is feeling weary of considerations and because of this, the person compares ''life'' to ''a pathless wood''.
answer to question #2: in this text we can understand that the word frost could mean anger, annoyance and bitterness, due to the fact that the person is stating that he/she is feeling weary of considerations and compares life to a pathless wood.
explanation: the word frost means coldness and something covered by ice crystals but looking at the comparison made in this text, we can understand that the word frost could mean anger, annoyance and bitterness, due to the fact that the person is stating that he/she is feeling weary of considerations therefore he/she compares life to a pathless wood.