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In the final scene of the story in “The Wife of Bath's Tale,” the ugly old woman transforms herself into a beautiful young wife. How do you know she might be a fairy? A. Only fairies have the power
to transform themselves. B. The Wife of Bath suggests the existence of fairies when she frames the tale. C. The old woman is so wise she must be something more than human. D. The queen would not have allowed the knight to marry her as a human.
In the final scene of the story in “The Wife of Bath's Tale,” the ugly old woman transforms herself into a beautiful young wife. The Wife of Bath suggests the existence of fairies when she frames the tale.
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In the final scene of the story in “The Wife of Bath's Tale,” the ugly old woman transforms herself into a beautiful young wife. The Wife of Bath suggests the existence of fairies when she frames the tale.
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