Friar’s dress Essay

Friar’s dress Essay Chaucer pays close attention to the richness of the Friar’s dress with: ‘lyk a maister or pope, of double worstede was his semycope’ Even so, the Frair’s appearance is innocent and pure ‘his nekke whit was as the flour-de-lys’ And althoughthis is all that is given of his physical appearance it implies that he is even more dangerous as he is a wolf in sheeps clothing and hence almost devil-like This imagery is echoed in the monk’s description: He is intimating, a ‘manly man’ who is ‘ful fat and in... more