The Cook Canterbury Tales Character Traits Summary can be analyzed in this manner there are five guildsmen (workers) which reveals his social class, it seems that he belongs to the middle class, actually by the character of Cook Chaucer paints the life of the working class. As we know that Chaucer portrays “Prologue Canterbury Tales” in each and every class except the baggers and kings and queens.
The Cook Canterbury Tales Character traits and Summary is very vivid in “Prologue Canterbury Tales”. However, in the time of pilgrimage, he is with them so that he may prepare their meals, boil chickens and also make marrow bones.
The cook’s character is not very much delineated with details by Chaucer in “Prologue Canterbury Tales” but the cook tale’s short summary and traits of the cook’s character help out very understanding of his nature to some extent. As it is narrated in the beginning he has his own cooking shop. He is taken by them because they avoid problems on the journey lacking food at any inn.
We are informed that he is not a common cook he is an expert in making various kinds of food especially sharp-tasting spices and flavours. He likes to wine London Ale.
When Chaucer comes towards his physical traits, he just tells us that he has an ulcer on his chin, this thing reveals that Chaucer not only paints by inner self of the character but also by outer surface of the character.
In short, at least but not least we can say that “The Cook Canterbury Tales” narrates that he is one of the best characters in “Prologue Canterbury Tales” but he has not famous enough that have other characters. Although The cook’s character is not very much delineated in detail by Chaucer in “Prologue Canterbury Tales” the cook tale short summary and traits of the cook character help out very understanding of about his nature to some extent and the common reader can understand his character with this short