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My class is reading from the Canterbury Tales from the prologue. I have to read the Manciple part. Our teacher wants us to write a paragraph about our character. I'm not sure what she's askiing for. I guess I have to research the manciples appearance, personality, and his ranking. If anyone can help, or has tips, or knows a website that can be helpful, please feel free to share. Thanks.

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