1. The Second Nun's Story is the only example of what type
2. How does Cecelia maintain her virginity in marriage?
3. Why is it appropriate that this story be told by the Nun?
4. Where did the Nun learn the story of St. Cecelia?
5. Why is this slightly ironic?
6. When do angels appear in this story?
7. What may account for the absence of conversational links before and after The Second Nun's Tale?
8. For what specific refusal is Cecelia condemned to death?
9. Why doesn't...
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