Characters of The Canterbury Tales

Chaucer - author of The Canterbury Tales Frame story - pilgrimage from London to Canterbury Knight - had fifteen victories in battle Nun - Prioress of a convent, who had good manners Monk - an unconventional prior of a monastery, and a hunter Merchant - seemingly successful businessman who was really in debt Skipper - ruthless and skilled sea captain Doctor - greedy man who cheated people with the help of the apothecary Wife of Bath - socially conscious expert on fashion and romance Plowman - hard-working, honest farmer Miller - dishonest dealer of grain Host - good-natured hotel owner who suggests the story-telling competition

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