There are such some characters in “The Prologue Canterbury Tales” that represent the middle class society or working class. It seems that he belongs to middle class, actually by the character of cook Chaucer paints the life of working class. As we know that Chaucer portrays “Prologue Canterbury Tales” in the each and every class except the baggers and kings and queens. The Ploughman Character ,and Summary in Canterbury Tales indeed, is revolt against the upper class also because those days the upper class people did not say compliments about the tiller’s working like that characters have been represented by Chaucer, He is also not complex character rather he is simple character, and supposed to be Chaucer’s ideal character, perhaps, the ideal is one from the whole “The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales”.
As The Parson Character and Summary in Canterbury Tales can felt that he is vacant by worldly wealth but he is rich by holy thoughts same as “The Ploughman character” is. Actually, he is poor man but he is spiritually rich, his soul is image of Christ. He is also resemblance with the clerk’s character too. These are characters those we can say that they are ideal characters.
So far as “The Ploughman Character and Summary in Canterbury Tales” is concerned, he is brother of the parson, having been the brother of the parson the ploughman has same traits that has his brother too. The ploughman is man who is called a tiller or farmer. In his working time he works with heartily. The ploughman does not work for only money while he works in the name of God. As a simple man his life is so simple and content and pays his tithes on time and with honestly. He loves God as well as His fellow men. He never ever shirks his hand toward repairing ditch or digging ditch in the name of God rather he feels happiness in doing so.
At last but not least the character of ploughman in Canterbury Tales is ideal character and loves God and human being both.