This evenings story is loosely adapted from Geoffrey Chaucers 12th century classic, The Wife of Baths Tale, contained in the larger work: The Canterbury Tales. He compiled the tales told by the faithful pilgrims each evening as they gathered around the warm fire on their way to the church at Canterbury.
A most outstanding tale was told by a woman who hailed from the town of Bath. Having had five husbands, she glibly called herself the Wife of Bath.
Considering herself an authority on men and women, the Wife of Bath relates a desperate tale of a knight in King Arthurs court who betrays a maiden. In lieu of removing his head for his crime against womanhood, the Queen gives him an impossible task: Discover what it is that women want most, and bring the answer to the ladies of the court.
If all the ladies in the court agree, the knight lives, but if only one of the fairer sex disagrees with the Knights answer, then, Off with his head!
What adventure awaits our Knight this night? Will he find an answer with which all women agree? Eat up, dear guests, relax and see!
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