the wife of bath
3.her social standing was
5.chaucer does not include
part 2 :D
Which lines in the prologue best describe your character’s physical appearance?
Which lines describe his/her personality
Which specific words add to your understanding of the character’s personality?
What is Chaucer’s opinion toward this character
Chaucer has a good opinion of the Wife of Bath. The fact that he describes her as "worthy" and "bold" which are positive characteristics. Callling her "gap-teethed" would be an insult in modern day.Chaucer's deft characterization of her as a brassy, bawdy woman the very antithesis of virtuous womanhood who challenges the prevailing antifeminism of the times