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The Prologue in Chaucer’s CANTERBURY TALES is unique in the manner in which it introduces its unique cast of characters. Lines 43 to 80 are among the more interesting parts of the Prologue.
Lines 43 – 44 The tale starts with the Knight and he was a worthy man
Lines 45 – 46 From his earliest days he embodied chivalry
Lines 47 – 48 He served his lord well in many wars.
Lines 48 – 49 Much of the combat he saw was in the Crusades
Lines 50 – 51 He fought a huge battle in Alexandria
Lines 52 – 53 He fought in Latvia, Prussia and Russia
Lines 54 – 55 His alliances were with powerful forces
Lines 55 -56 He was a powerful and honored warrior and even fought in Grenada
Lines 56 – 57 He fought in strange lands such as Algiers among others
Lines 58 – 60 Not only were his successes on land, but also on the high seas
Lines 61 -62 he fought fifteen battles in the Crusades
Lines 63 – 64 He slew all who he faced
Lines 65 -66 Allying with another nation to defeat the Turks
Lines 67 -68 He amassed great fame, but he was not an egoist
Lines 69 – 70 He was an honest man who always remained humble.
Lines 71 – 72 He never said a foul word not acted without virtue
Lines 72 -73 He was a great man, but not without personal problems
Lines 74 – 75 he had a great team of horses, but was not happy and wore a frown.
Lines 75 – 76 It was impossible for him to hide his feelings.
Lines 77 – 78 Deciding he needed a vacation, he opted to tale a pilgrimage
Lines 79 – 80 Taking his son with him, a lustful free spirit.
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