How Does The Wife Of Bath's Tale Change

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In “The Wife of Bath’s Tale,” Chaucer’s intentions of writing this story was to demonstrate how people can change with a little help of others. In the text Chaucer mentions a knight who saw a women walking all alone. The knight forced the women to do some sexaul things with the girl, wthout her consent (Chaucer 30-34). This is an great example of people changing because at the beginning of the story the knight disrespected women by violating their rights. As well as using women for only their physical parts without the care of what women thought. This shows that he has little care for women’s opinions, thoughts, values, and a control problem. The last textual evidence used in the story would be when Chaucer states that the knight told the

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