This person wrote the Canterbury Tales, which is quoted in this poem.
This character loves her time in the mountains where she sleds in the snow and feels free.
This character is a fortune teller.
This character is a friend of the narrator who was once in battle.
This character is from an ancient tale of a woman being raped.
The Rich Woman
This character uses perfumes to try to get her lover to be more passionate.
This character is much aged because of the pills she take to abort unwanted children.
This character pays money for his wife to get new teeth.
This character almost causes the death of his mother when he is born.
This person give the original Fire Sermon about desire and lust.
This character is a hermaphrodite and prophet.
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