The Canterbury Tales The Prologue Characters

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The Knight

the most revered of all the characters; distinguished; told the first tale

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The Squire

the knight's son, full of curly locks, a ladies man, loves frivolous activities

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Yeoman

wore hood of green; a medal of St. Christopher

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The nun

a prioress, simple, has yippy dogs, speaks French, wants to appear dignified but eats with her fingers

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The Monk

loves hunting and eating, is fat

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The Friar

seduces women, Wife of Bath hates him

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The Cleric

An Oxford student, loves books

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Franklin

loves fine foods and wine, is a landowner

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The Cook

cooks for the group, excellent at his craft, has an oozing sore on his leg

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Wife of Bath

married five times, has a gap tooth

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Parson

kind and loving to his flock

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Miller

has a big wart on his nose and a big mouth, big, broad shouldered

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The Host

the judge of the tales, owns The Tabard where the pilgrims begin their trip


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