The wife of bath's tale

The wife of bath's tale

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  • Before this court I ask you then, sir knight,To keep your word and take me for your wife;For well you know that I have saved your life.If this be false, deny it on your sword!”
  • your mercy, sovereign lady queen! before the court disperses, do me right!
  • "I may be foul, I may be poor and old, Yet I will not choose to be, for all the gold. That's bedded in the earth or lies above. Less that your wife , nay, than you very love. "
  • “My love?” said he. “By heaven, my damnation!Alas that any of my race and station Should ever make so foul a misalliance!”
  • me how.”Say, for God’s love, what sin have I committed?I’ll put things right if you will tell 
  •  “Put right?” he cried. “That never can be now!Nothing can ever be put right again!You’re old, and so abominably plain,So poor to start with, so low-bred to follow;It’s little wonder if I twist and wallow!God, that my heart would burst within my breast!”
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