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In the Canterbury tales by Nevil Grants they were two major women that played an important role in the prologue The Prioress and the Wife of Bath are characters that functioned in the medieval class Even though they had to perform their different positions they were more alike and different in areas such as their interest experience and personality The Prioress also known as Madama Eglantyne was a nun who loves to sing and speak French She was a pleasant and friendly young woman who loved to entertain Madama Englantyne was part of the clergy which were people who are trained and ordained for religious services She has elegant table manner with no traces of food behind When she eats she wears a special vest that shows how elegant she can be Madama Eglantyne cares about her looks and appearance while normal nuns just care about their love for Christ Her nose was elegant and her eyes were glass-grey Her mouth was small and soft and her forehead was huge Even though Madama Eglantyne was a Nun she has not eliminated many of the worldly problems that people have to deal with For example she has little dogs which she takes care of she wears a coral trinket on her arm has a set of prayer beads and a golden broach There was another lady known as the Wife of Bath who was from a city in England She was a part of the tradesmen class and was extremely suited for her job She was an attractive lady who had gap-teeth and wide hips which made it easy for her to find love The wife of Bath is good at making cloths She wore heavy textured fabric kerchiefs stockings that were bright red and her shoes were always clean and new Shes very sociable and interested in love that she got married five times since her husbands passed She loved to travel and was very
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