2 About the guildsmenThere are five guildsmen. The haberdasher, a dyer, a carpenter, a weaver, and a carpet-maker. They all dress in livery, according to their work. A higher social status could be achieved through guild membership. They were all financially well off. Guildsmen are treated as a group and no individual importance was given to them.
3 5 different guildsmenThe weaver- one of 5 guildsmen who travel with the pilgrims to canterbury. The weaver does not tell a tale. The dryer- one of 5 guildsmen who travel with the pilgrims to canterbury, the dryer does not tell a tale. The haberdasher- one of 5 guildsmen who travel with the pilgrims to canterbury, the haberdasher does not tell a tale. The carpet-maker- one of 5 guildsmen who travel with pilgrims to canerbury, the carpet-maker does not tell a tale. The carpenter- one of 5 guildsmen who travel with pilgrims to canterybury, the carpenter does not tell a tale.
4 They wear fine clothes, and are financially well off. Dress attireThey wear fine clothes, and are financially well off.
5 What they didGuildsmen sold all different kind of goods such as clothing, swords, knifes, and house hold appliances. They were very smart, they had wisdom to make a plan, to where every they could make each of them an alderman.
6 quotes“they were so trim and fresh their gear would pass for new” “their knifes were tricked out with brass but wrought with purest silver, which avouches a like display on gridles and on pouches.”
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