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The Wife of Bath
"She was certainly very entertaining, pleasant, and friendly in her ways, and straining to counterfeit a courtly kind of grace, a stately bearing fitting to her place, and to see dignified in all her dealings." Lines 155-166
"He was a fat and personable priest; he prominent eyeballs never seemed to settle. They glittered like the flames beneath a kettle; supple his boots, his horse in fine condition."
"In all the parish not a dame dared stir towards the altar steps in front of her, and if indeed they did, so wrath was she as to be quite put out of charity." Everyone found her intimidating
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