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What do the following lines from “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales suggest about the woman from Bath? Her kerchiefs were of finely woven ground; I dared have sworn they weighed a good ten
pound, The ones she wore on Sunday, on her head. a. She is obese. c. She is well-dressed. b. She is a good Christian. d. She wears ugly clothes.
The lines from “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales suggest that the woman from Bath is c. well-dressed.
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