The story of "Bath's Wife" has a role that seems to be a feminist. However, in the era of Joe, feminism was deemed to be abnormal, pilgrims showed negative reaction to her, but Bath's wife was not ashamed of her true appearance. She is not ashamed of being married five times and is about to get married, but there is nothing to hide. The preface of this story shows that Bath's wife is not considered an upright woman and she does not want to be treated as a person.
Joe Was depicts his wife as a feminist. In the early days of Bath's wife, Bath's wife said that there was a citation to support her idea of feminism. "I do not deny that my husband is my debtor or my slave, as long as he is his wife, he suffers a physical suffering, she is herself, her husband And his family, and very specifically "... he is not him." This can be explained by the fact that her husband does not have the same privilege as her. He is like a "slave" and she commands "orders" him. This sentence seems to be a wife of Bath tend to be a feminist. However, there are times when she seems to yield to her husband.
People may try to treat Bath's wife as a feminist. But because Joe's "Wife of Bath" is out of date, the view of the feminist represented by Bath's wife Alison is merely a reflection of the disadvantages of medieval women. We aim to equality with men. Alison, an authoritative person on this subject, is Bath's wife. "Bath's wife seems to think he is a feminist but no one can see her in the same light at this time she is a" feminist who failed "and" imitation of a sort of feminist man " It is a perfect example of (Joyner, AYJW). Modern feminists tend to concentrate on correcting social anomalies. And it often makes women more equal than men.
Feminist bathing wife's views Over the years, many literary critics have called the role of "gap tooth (23)" in the feminist Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales. For Bath's wife. She is a dominant woman with a strong will, getting what she wants when she wants it. But this is not a definition of feminist. Feminists are those who believe that women and men are equal and at the same time they can recognize and understand the unique characteristics of both sexes. In the century of Geoffrey Chaucer, I draw this kind of genre exactly. There are a series of stories in the main novel, but only one of the stories entitled "The Story of Bath" really summarizes the view on the court love of the 14th century society. In "the story of the bath" love for the court is very obvious and you can develop each character in a conspiracy. In the 12th century, court love began in France and is considered to have spread in the end.