APEX: Holofernes was lucky, but his luck didn’t last
A: Holofernes paid for his affairs and scandals.
The meaning of the figurative language in these lines from Chaucer's "The Monk's Tale" is that Fortune offered Holofernes something by kissing him, and this combined with his lustful affection, under the power of Fortune's justice, brought upon himself the price in retribution for his behavior, which was his sudden death.
Nebuchadnezzar's hair and nails grew long.
Nero's morality was the greatest when he was a child.
The correct answer is: Because the speaker demands a great deal from her romantic partners, she is acknowledging what they have given up for her.
When the speaker refers to other individuals as "martyrs" of her making, she means to emphisize what they were capable of giving away for her love; when she claims to have had them "sacrificed to her desire", it can be inferred that this "desire" consists of a great demand in a romantic relationship.
By reading the chaucer’s “The Monk’s Tale”, Holofernes was lucky, but his luck didn't last. Fortune word describes luck which indicates that there was lucky chance.
However, he lost his head before he was aware means that he was lucky but his luck did not last. He had lost his luck.
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