Roles Of Women In The Canterbury Tales

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The role of women in “The Canterbury Tales” were as untrustworthy, selfish and vain and often like caricatures not like real people at all. A character that stood out and did not care on how she was looked at was The Wife of Bath. The wife appears to be more outspoken and independent than most women of medieval times, she became a symbolize for women and her character change the literature world. This tells us a lot about the roles men and women had to be in. The wife of Bath and Alison from “The Miller’s Tale” were simply women who acted in a way that simply is not acceptable, but if it was men doing it there is was okay some what like today’s society. “The Wife of Bath" female stereotypes of the Middle Ages was “liberal” unlike most
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