"The Canterbury Tales" Essay on the Squire
Geoffrey Chaucer's squire from The Prologue of the Canterbury Tales is the son of the knight. He was a lover and a lively bachelor of about twenty years of age.
He was a man of moderate height and was wonderfully agile. He was very strong and had curly hair. He wore a short gown with long and wide sleeves.
Like his father, he had fought in many places - Flaundres, Artoys, and Pycardie - all on a cavalry expedition. He knew how to ride a horse well and how to make songs and write lyrics. …
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