1. Who does Chaucer address at the beginning of Book I?
(a) His ancestors.
(b) His children.
(c) The characters.
(d) The reader.
2. In Book I, what kind of story does Chaucer say is in this poem?
3. What kind of adventure does Chaucer say Troilus will have in this poem?
(a) A love adventure.
(b) A war adventure.
(c) An internal adventure.
(d) A growing adventure.
4. Who does Chaucer say should always remember this story?
(a) Anyone who has been in love.
(b) Anyone who has been lonely.
(c) Anyone who has gone to war.
(d) Anyone who has been in pain.
5. What does Chaucer say he hopes his poem provides?
6. Who does Chaucer say will get the most out of this poem?
(a) Those who are patient and content.
(b) Those who are bitter and estranged.
(c) Those who have seen men die.
(d) Those who have loved and lost.
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