One of the most outstanding works on medieval literature is Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer. This is recorded by 29 pilgrims on their way to Canterbury. Story In that, the sixth story, the story of Bath gave me the deepest impression. As a result of recent surveys I have noticed that this character has three points that made me most impressed.
Through the information provided by Chaucer, this information is directly implied and stated in the preface to the Canterbury Tales. Joe directly states and suggests his idea of Bath's wife's appearance, her qualities, features, and other background information. Joe draws Bath's wife as a strange and ugly woman. The appearance of Bath's wife described by Chaucer is "she has gaps and is widely set". Showing the characteristics of her face is not the best. She was wearing a very expensive clothing, wearing a scarf over her head, neck and chin. She wearing this scarf may hide her face. In addition, Jose continued, "It is easy for her to sit on a horse." Since she can sit easily on a horse, she proves to be obviously not a small woman, but rather a heavy woman
In the Canterbury story written by Geoffrey Chaucer, the knights and wives of Bath are similar and different. The knight represents a noble and military mansion, and Bath's wife represents the middle rank. Bath's knight and wife are fearless. Cavaliers is a fearless and valuable person, he fights in the Crusades, Bath's wife is not afraid of her view on love. Similarities between Bath's Knight and his wife ... The only bus wife in Canterbury's story, Joseph is using Bath's wife to represent the equality and bowing conditions of a medieval woman . Male dominated society