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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

The Canterbury Tales: The Wife of Bath's Prologue: Symbols True or False

1. The Wife of Bath compares herself to -> Apples
2. What is compared to wheat bread? -> Virgins
3. Sex like bran is -> For sale
4. What is the part of a flower stalk that gives structure? -> Leaf
5. Women and femininity are compared to -> Flowers

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