Canterbury Tales
Updated: 2/19/2020
Canterbury Tales

Storyboard Text

  • The knight
  • The Squire
  • The Yeoman
  • The knight was told to be a gentleman who loved honor, freedom, chivalry, the truth and courtesy. He was strong, brave, and was very wise. He never said anything vile in his life. He was said to be a perfect, noble knight who dressed simple clothing.
  • The Prioress
  • The Squire is the son of The Knight he is a young lover and bachelor. He was twenty years of age and had well curled locks. He was average height but, had great strenght. He would sing and whistle all day long while on his horse.
  • The Monk
  • The Yeoman was well clothed in a green hood and coat. he owned bright peacock arrows and a mighty bow. He wore a Christopher on his chest of silver sheen. He was true forester.
  • The Friar
  • The Prioress also known as Madam Eglantyne. She has good table manners and is was very sophisticated. She spoke french very poorly and was flirtatious. She owned hunting dogs to which she roasted flesh to while many othr people starved.
  • The Monk was an outsider who hunted for a sport. He owned many excellent horses and greyhounds, He jingles when he walks because of the coins in his pockets. He ignored the teachings of St. Benedict and St. Maurice that monks work hard to study.
  • The Friar was known for fixing up marriages. He would claim to have a license from the pope to hear confessions. So he charged money as a penance. He begged for money even from the who he was suppose to help.