Chaucer’s Presentation of two Women characters–the Prioress and the Wife of Bath in the Prologue to the Canterbury Tales

In the Prologue to the Canterbury Tales Chaucer frequently uses the device of contrast as a major means of characterization. One of the most striking of these contrasts is that between the prominent women among the pilgrims – the prioress and wife of Bath. However, in spite of the...

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