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Equality of Women in Chaucers Wife of Bath
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But it accomplishes it in a different kind of manner. The queen on the other hand would have commuted his sentence to rape him back, "An eye for an eye." The conclusion is triumph of her theme, tyranny. She also refers to other texts like Valerius and Theophrastus and. Even though women usually had a good life, it is like the Wife of Bath said in her Prologue,?whatever we cannot easily get we will cry after and crave all day. "Nevertheless, since I know your pleasure I'll satisfy your physical pleasure." This was said by the Wife of Bath and supports the non-feministic view. She was married at the age of twelve because that was what she was told to do by her father. To anger her fifth husband, the wife of Bath tore three pages from his book. Through the Wife of Bath and her Tale, Chaucer is able to show what women go through and what they want.
The king in the wife's tale represents authority. The widows during this time were thought to show the grief and anguish for their husbands because that was to be their lifes devotion. So she uses her prologue to mime the manner in which clerics assert their authority-by"ng Bible and plants of authorization. Those positions being that adult females want to hold laterality over their hubbies. The ground that Allison? S tale in the book is what the women of the Renaissance, and women of all times, have wanted which is equality with men.