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The role of the “The Wife of Bath’s Tale” in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales is — * A. to serve as the main dramatic monologue in the larger frame story
B. to serve as just one narrative in a much larger frame story
C. to serve as an introduction to common characters in mythology
D. to serve as the backbone of the narrative epic structure

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