This is an image of the pilgrims of The Canterbury Tales, who are on their way to a pilgrimage to Canterbury.
This is an image of the Wife of Bath of The Canterbury Tales. She is a "lusty and domineering" woman who is proud of and outspoken about her sexuality and believes that a woman should have sovereignty in a marriage (Norton 80). She is also extremely blunt and outspoken about her ideas and beliefs.
This is an image of the Parson of The Canterbury Tales. The Parson teaches to his subjects about Christ and his twelve apostles. He gives a good example to his subjects, because he first himself follows what he preaches.
This is an image of the Squier of The Canterbury Tales. He is the son of the Knight. He is such a hot and lusty lover that he sleeps no more than a nightingale at night.