The Wife of Bath’s Tale and character analysis

The Wife of the Bath tale and Character analysis

Geoffrey Chaucer wrote the well-known framing narrative “The Canterbury Tales sometime between 1387 and 1400. A group of 30 pilgrims who are traveling from London to Canterbury are the subject of the storyline. To amuse themselves while traveling, the pilgrims consent to take part in a storytelling competition. Each tale in The Canterbury Tales has a prologue that introduces the character giving the tale. The Knight, the Merchant, and the Friar are a few of “The Canterbury Tales” most popular characters, but the Wife of Bath is possibly the most well-known.

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