Canterbury Tales - What is the description of the Summoner?


This guy is lecherous, dishonest, and generally unethical. He also drinks to excess, and when he's drunk he's very unpleasant to be around, From Shmoop. Source(s)….
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He is ugly with a fire-red complexion,
A man paid to summon sinners to come to trial • red complexion, boils and lesions all over his face (nothing could cure them) • gets drunk and only speaks in Latin &bull
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