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4.13 The Lay of the Wear-Wolf After reading the story “The Lay of the Wear-Wolf” a question arises of who was in the wrong the wife or Bisclavaret. This question brings upon a trial of the wife vs. Bisclavaret, in this essay I will be defending Bisclavaret for he was the one who was betrayed, hurt, left, and forgotten by his dear wife. His wife was the one who should be to blame although she was scared her decision was only based on emotion/ pathos and no ethos or logos was used in the decision. The story is about a married man and his wife. The husband Bisclavaret was werewolf who would go out for three nights so his wife wouldn’t be scared. When the wife questioned him about it he was scared she would leave him but ended up telling her anyway. When she found out she got scared and betrayed him by taking his change of clothes which turned him back into a human. After betraying him and his love she left him and got married to another man. After all that she did she forgotten about him for a year with her new husband. One day the king went hunting and found Bisclavaret, the king took him in.
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