Chaucer’s Wife of Bath

Chaucer’s Wife of Bath

After reading “The Wife of Bath’s” by Geoffrey Chaucer; please write an Analytical essay about the following topic:
Who Painted the Lion? Chaucer’s Wife of Bath, as she describes her own life and marriages in her prologue, points out the problem that stories about women seem to have been mostly written by men: “Who painted first the lion, tell me who?” (Chaucer 816). Many of these, she opines, are negative, and the implication is that it would be different if women were writing the stories themselves. Choose 1 female character from the tale (not the prologue) in “The Wife of Bath’s”, and make a claim about whether this female figure is positive, negative, or neutral. Use only passages from the story.
Please note that Analytical essays should be focused on making a debatable claim about the work in question and should be supported with discussion of specific passages from the text(s) on which the essay is focused.
You may not use ANY outside sources. Only the following source :
Chaucer, Geoffrey. “The Canterbury Tales.” World Literature Anthology: Through the Renaissance Volume III. Ed. Fred Stielow. Charles Town: APUS E-Press, 2011. 721-827. Web.
I also need you to answer at the end of the essay the following question in the form of a letter:
1. Why did you choose to write about this Tale (The Wife of Bath’s”?
2. How did your understanding of the work(s) about which you are writing change as you wrote this essay? If it did not change, why do you think that was?
3. What did you find the hardest about your writing process for this project?
4. What do you see as the essay’s strengths and why?
5. What do you see as the essay’s weaknesses and why?
6. What specific feedback would you like from your instructor?

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