The Canterbury Tales

(a) Infer: What does Chaucer seem to dislike about the Skipper?

(b) Infer: What does he seem to admire about this character? (c) Draw Conclusions: Describe Chaucer’s overall attitude toward him.

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I think Chaucer admired the Skipper's sense of adventure and travel.

Chaucer didn't like the fact that the skipper lied to his men about the wine he steals, and has no mercy for his prisoners.