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In the masterpiece The Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer described his characters by classification Chaucer describes the characters wealth as an impression on the character good or bad Chaucers attitude helped to create feelings for the characters that were described throughout the workChaucer attitude towards the guildsmens showy wealth was opposing of their real character For example they strongly represented one impressive guild-fraternity 13 with showy clothes and admirable gear that they wore The guildsmen had a lot of money and wanted to show it off to everyone that they saw Also their knives had only the best metal put on them and wrought with purest silver 13 which only brings attention to their showy dress The guildsmen thought that the better you dressed the richer you are Chaucer was impressed with their league of members and how each one helped the other outChaucer shows the Wife of Bath as being well traveled and well known throughout the town For example She dressed as though she her hose were of the finest scarlet red and her shoes were soft and new 15 Being nicely dressed made up for her lack of attraction She also had pride in her self about her skills as a seamstress and her self as a person When she walked through town it was as though she was putting on a pageant for impressing men In addition shed been to Rome and also to Boulogne St James of Compostella and Cologne 15 She had freedom to travel and wasnt always worried about her responsibilities Having the independence to travel brought her new experiences in life Chaucer thought that the Wife of Bath was a renowned seamstress that enjoyed a lot of friendships and adventureChaucers attitude toward the plowmans dedication for the good of the church was very praiseworthy First off the plowman paid his tithes in full when they were due and always was unselfish of his giving 17 Even with the
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