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Canterbury Tales Character Models. Pick a character from the Prologue who has sufficient “physical” description. On a piece of construction paper, rewrite the characters description using first person.

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Canterbury tales character models
Canterbury Tales Character Models

  • Pick a character from the Prologue who has sufficient “physical” description.

  • On a piece of construction paper, rewrite the characters description using first person.

    • Merchant: “I am the merchant with a forking beard and motley dress; high on my horse I sat, upon my head a Flemish beaver hat and on my feet daintily buckled boots”


Visual interpretation
Visual Interpretation

  • On the other side of your paper, create a face of your character using as much physical description as possible provided by Chaucer.

  • You may use all provided art supplies to be as creative as possible.

  • Improvise facial details that may not be revealed in the text (hair, hats, facial hair, ear-rings, etc…)

  • Use the internet to search pictures of your character for guidelines in your project.


Final product
Final Product

  • Your final product must have:

    • Your name and hour and your character’s name

    • The page number and line numbers in which your character’s description appears in the Literature book

    • On one side, the character’s complete description re-written using first person (I, me, my. . .)

    • On the other side, a worthy attempt at creating a visual representation of that character


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