The Wife of Bath- Canterbury Tales
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The Wife of Bath has been married 5 times, which allows her to possess the term "Wife of Bath," due to her being married multiple times within the city.
She states that King Solomon's example of being married multiple times is positive and is even looking forward to meeting her sixth husband.
She points out that although the Apostle Paul preaches on virginity, that God told Adam and Eve to be fruitful and multiply.
The Wife of Bath truly loved her 5th husband, but he was very disrespectful of her and tried to control her.
The husband reads to her about wicked wives every night and she becomes angry, leading to her punching him. He hits her back and she is not happy!
After their argument, they reach a truce and the wife gains all the power and dignity back in their marriage.
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