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Compare the knight and the Squire as members of Chaucer’s society. What is Chaucer’s opinion of them? How are they held in Society?

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Compare the knight and the Squire as members of Chaucer's society. What is Chaucer's opinion of them? How are they held in Society? Chaucer shows the Knight and the Squire in different ways, but he shows us that they are both at an equal level in society. ...read more.

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The Squire is training to follow in his fathers, The Knight, footsteps. He is a fine and fashionable young man, and he is madly in love. The Knight is shown to be a respected person that people look up to, he is a strong warrior. ...read more.

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The Knight liked to sing and dance and also to play the flout. "Singinge he was, or floytinge, al the day;" L. 91 The Knight is a very high member of society and is respected by all he will always be polite to ladies and has been knighted by the King himself. So this means he is very high up the social ladder. By Greg Mickle ...read more.

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