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Nun : a women member of a religious order. By: Audriana Izarraras , Melanie Lomu , Cory Ingoldsby & Kenneth atwood. Her Story. Madam Eglantyne. She is the highest nun of the convent. Raised for the lord. Very well educated . (“after the school of Stratford- atte -Bowe”)

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Nun a women member of a religious order

Nun: a women member of a religious order.

By: AudrianaIzarraras, Melanie Lomu, Cory Ingoldsby & Kenneth atwood.


Her story madam eglantyne

Her Story. Madam Eglantyne

  • She is the highest nun of the convent.

  • Raised for the lord.

  • Very well educated. (“after the school of Stratford-atte-Bowe”)

  • Hides a secret. (“…was riding with herself and three priests as well.”)


How she speaks and acts

How she speaks and acts.

  • Speaks French. (“She spoke daintily in French”)

  • Well mannered. (“No morsel from her lips did she let fall”)

  • Very sympathetic. (“ Pleasant and friendly in her ways”)

  • Very entertaining.

  • Perfect manners.


How she thinks and feels

How she thinks and feels.

  • Feels sympathetic.

  • Cares for others more than herself.

  • She feels clean.


How the nun dresses

How the nun dresses.

  • Clean.

  • Has a cloak and trinket.

  • She is really Pretty. (“Her nose was elegant, her eyes glass grey, her mouth was very small but soft and red. Her forehead, certainly, was fair of spread.”)


Lawyer

Lawyer


His story

His story.

  • Very wise. (“his saying were so wise”)

  • Famous.

  • Well educated (“his fame in learning, and his high position”)

  • Wealthy

  • High position in society.

  • Cons people.

  • Works the law in his favor.

  • Takes peoples land.

  • Worked at St. Pauls.


How he speaks and acts

How he speaks and acts.

  • He is very greedy.

  • He acts busier than he really is.

  • He acts discreet.

  • Gets to the point.

  • Educated.


How he thinks and feels

How he thinks and feels.

  • Thinks greedily. (“there was no such conveyance* as he”)

  • Acts busy. (“Though there was nowhere one so busy as he was”)

  • That he was very smart.

    * Conveyance: person who draws up documents transferring ownership of land. The lawyer is transferring ownership to himself.


How he looks and dresses

How he looks and dresses.

  • Dresses in expensive clothes.

  • A parti-colored coat (“he wore a homely pati-colored coat”)

  • Girt with a silken belt of pin-stripped stuff


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