Wife of Bath
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He saw a maiden walking before him Of which maiden straightway, despite all she could do, By utter force, he took away her maidenhead; For which wrong was such clamor And such demand for justice unto king Arthur That this knight was condemned to be dead, By course of law, and should have lost his head --
"Thou standest yet, in such condition, That of thy life yet thou hast no assurance I grant thee life, if thou canst tell me What thing it is that women most desire
"Pledge me thy word here in my hand, The next thing that I require of thee, Thou shalt do it, if it lies in thy power, I will tell it to you before it is night."
"Have here my pledged word, I agree."
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