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The Wife of the Baths Tale is the most affecting piece of literature studied this semester The ranges of emotions displayed by the storys characters are a function of Chaucers personal feelings The reason the literature has been so affecting is because of the character development and emotional differences from one character to the next Another reason the story was affecting was because of the dilemmas faced by the knight and other characters in the story there are some questions begged by this story with no clear answerIn the Wife of the Baths Tale there are a great deal of emotions experienced by its author Geoffrey Chaucer which he tries to evoke in his literary audience Based upon Chaucers range of emotions he forms the unfinished masterpiece entitled The Canterbury Tales In the Wife of the Baths Tale it is appears that Geoffrey has been through a great deal of difficulty and adversity in his life In writing the tale Chaucer is able to express his emotions Furthermore Chaucer is attempting to reproduce his emotions in his audience Some of the best character development in the story is in the knight In the Wife of the Baths Tale there are many emotions and feelings experienced by the knight which are identifiable to the reader One emotion he realized the power of was that of fear and urgency As his life hangs in the balance he is required to fulfill a tall task in a desperate attempt to spare himself from the death penalty Although the knight is not very upfront with his emotions they are no less real to him and to the reader In the story the knight is said to have feelings of self-defeat on page 83 of the book English Literature with world masterpieces he is perceived at last he never would find out What it could be that women loved best Faint was the soul within his sorrowful
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