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Assignment for The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

1. Read the description of your assigned character(see attached file) 2. Determine whether your character is a member of the Church, the Court, or the Commoners. 3. Make bullet notes on the type of clothes that he/she wears and the physical description of the character. 4. Summarize that character’s personality traits. Some characters are directly characterized; some are indirectly characterized. Be prepared to defend your characterization. 5. Make note if Chaucer's description is satirical or idealized. 6. What famous actor/actress would you cast to play the role of your character in a movie? Write a five-paragraph essay explaining why you would choose this person (remember to cite examples from the text to support your opinion). Explanations should include physical descriptions, descriptions of clothing style, and personality. 7. Provide a picture of your “cast member.” You may use the Internet and print a picture or cut out a picture from a magazine or newspaper. If you are a good artist, you may choose to draw a caricature of your actor/actress in costume. 8. Be sure to cite all sources.
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