Then hold it wise, for so it seems to me,
To make a virtue of necessity,
Take in good part what we may not eschew,
Especially whatever things are due.
A.This passage suggests that divine perspective on the world is different from our own perspective.
B.This passage suggests the underlying futility of the pagan world of The Knight’s Tale.
C.This passage suggests that Theseus’s audience should make the best of bad situations even if it seems impossible.
D.Both B and C.
E.A, B, and C.