Amans the Narratorappears in throughout
This character is a young man of noble birth who is naive and inexperienced at the beginning of the novel.
Bialacoilappears in Lines 2981 onward
This character is an allegorical personification of friendliness who is described as the son of Courtesy.
Cupidappears in Lines 877 onward
This character is depicted as a powerful warrior and skilled hunter who carries a golden bow.
Reasonappears in Lines 3190-3332; 4615-5809; Lacuna 1
This character is the personification of wisdom and logic who appears as a beautiful woman representing balance and moderation.
Daungerappears in Line 3051 onward
This character is the personification of the lady's psyche and is described as a rough giant with black spiky hair.
Wikked-Tongeappears in Lines 3799 onward
This character is the personification of gossip and scandal, portrayed as an Irishman with a square tongue.
Fals-Semblanceappears in Lines 5847
This character is a master of disguise and the son...
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