A Coggle Diagram about summoner (smelly, cherubic face, excema, lecherous, face that children fear, ugly, no fixing it, 623-669 - 46 lines, gets drunk and yells, then will only speak latin, noble rascal, good companion, would suffer for wine or concubine, 653 - Ful prively a fynch eek koude he pulle.
between us he could pluck a gull and ), wife of bath (well traveled, 445-478 (33 lines), 5 husbands, bold face, great cloth maker?, slept around when young? but there's no need to speak of it, deaf, gap-toothed, buttocks large, sharpened spurs - for what?, baudy and knows the remedies of love and the old dance - prostitute?), doctor (410-445 (35 lines), into astronomy and horoscopes and magic, but is a physician, very good doctor, charges a lot, well read, strict diet - but that's nothing according to the narrator, doesn't read the bible, wears fancy clothes but is frugal and loves gold most of all), pardoner (670-715 (45 lines), waxy yellow hair, flax like, thin, stringy appearance, voice like a goat, no beard, probably can`t grow one, either neutered or a girl, fake relics, good at church stuff and in it for the $), sailor (388-411 (23 lines), sadly rode a hackney, very tan, certainly a good fellow
but steals wine from the trader, no conscience, really good at his trade and ship's name is madelaine
but his isn't mentioned), parson (poor, but rich in holiness, 477-528 (51 lines), learned man, also a clerk, seems to be the only clean member of the clergy on this trip, shares with his flock when they can't pay their taxes, judges the unethical members of the clergy harshly and follows christ's lore), miller (545-567 (22 lines), red beard, built like a brick shithouse, big wart on his nose with hair on it, jester, poet, bawdy and bagpipe), Franklin (331-360 (29), white beard, a drunk, into delight and has plentiful food and booze), reeve (588-622 (34 lines), cunning, deceitful, scary, rich, used to be a carpenter - worked his way to steward and rides in the back), manciple (567-588 (22 lines), crafy and narrator doesn't like - calls vulgar), cook (379-387 (8), good cook and has a sore on his shin), 5 tradespeople (361-379 (18 lines), well-clothed and tidy and a sober bunch), and ploughman - also love god a lot - 529-541