The Wife of Bath and the Status Quo 

The Wife of Bath and the Status Quo 

How does the outcome of The Wife of Bath demonstrate a growth mindset?

In Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, he uses each story to shine a light on the societal norms of the fourteenth century.

Looking specifically at the “Wife of Bath, ” analyse how through their unique experiences, the main characters come to challenge the status quo of their time. How does the outcome of The Wife of Bath demonstrate a growth mindset? What might this suggest about Chaucer’s attitudes toward traditional gender roles in 14th-century England?

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