The Squire

Catherine Keable and Isis Van Putten

Direct Characterization

1. "A lover and a lusty bachelor." - p. 3 line 81

2. "Some twenty years of age he was." p. 3 line 83

3. "With locks well curled, as if they'd laid in press." p. 3 line 82

4. "Short was his gown, with sleeves both long and wide." p. 3 line 94

5. "Courteous he, and humble, willing and able." p. 4 line 100

Indirect Characterization

1. "Prinked out he was, as if he were a mead,                                                                                        All fresh-cut flowers white and red." p. 3 line 90-91

2. "He was as fresh as the month of May." p. 3 line 93

3. "He could make songs and words thereto indite. " p. 4 line 96

4. " He slept no more than does a nightingale." p. 4 line 99

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adjectives

1.Athletic

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2. Romantic

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3. Ambitious

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