The Canterbury Tales

what does the squire have in common with most young men his age


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He is Renaissance man: he works for his father the Knight and hopes to someday become like him; he can sing a beautiful song, play an instrument, stay up and party. He is dressed fashionably and has curly blonde hair. He is young and enjoys the life that such young men would enjoy when not in the service of the Knight.