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The Canterbury Tales The Knight is the perfect and extremely polite man who loved truth freedom chivalry and honor He was well-known man He had ridden into a battle in both Christian and heathen lands and in every instance served his king well He never boasted of his actions nor bored his listeners with his achievements The Squire would be candidate for knighthood When not in battle he thinks himself as quite a ladys man He takes meticulous care of his curly hair and is somewhat proud of his appearance He could also sing happy songs compose melodies write poetry and could ride a horse with distinction The Yeoman was a servant to the Knight and Squire He dressed all in green and was known as an expert woodsman and an excellent shot with the bow and arrow The Prioress named Madame Eglantine was also among the pilgrims She was rather educated even though her French was not accepted Parisian French She was very coy and delicate When she ate she took great care that no morsel fell from her lips and that no stains were on her clothes She was very courteous and amiable and tried to imitate the manners caught in a Court She could not stand pain and would weep to see a mouse caught in a trap She had three small hounds with her which she treated very gently and tenderly Her dress was very neat and tidy The Monk was an outrider for his monastery He owned several horses furnished with the finest saddles and bridles He loved hunting fine foods and lots of it he had several good hunting dogs of which he was very proud of He dressed in fine clothes some were even trimmed in fur He was rather fat very jolly and bald headed He favored the outdoor life to that of a closed indoor life The Friar was a careless and merry man who
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