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The Canterbury Tales: The Wife of Bath's Prologue

The Canterbury Tales: The Wife of Bath's Prologue

by Geoffrey Chaucer

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Q. Marriage was usually spoken from whose perspective?


Men's
Women's
Children's
Priest's
Grandparent's
Q. What is only for those who strive for perfection?


Charity
Integrity
Chastity
Poverty
Steadfastness
Q. What can't be tested prior to a commitment?


Cow
Pig
Horse
Sheep
Wife
Q. A woman has power over her


Body
Children
Mind
Spirit
Dowry
Q. The wife pretended what to please her husbands?


Friendship
Love
Spirit
Happiness
Jealousy
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