Matching Quotes with Techniques and Critical Schools: The Wife of Bath Part 1

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Language and Poetry Techniques Part 1

Aliteration - Wife sometimes uses aliteration when she is listing; "hors, and houndes" (285) "Spoones and stooles, and al swich housbondrye" (288)

Anaphora - 295 to 300 all but two lines start with "And but thou" or "And to my", Wife uses anaphoras to emphasise the many points she has within her arguments.

Couplet - These are common within the Wife of Bath; "But wel I woot, expres, withoute lye,/ God bad us for to wexe and multiplye." (27)

Feminism - “Where can ye


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