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Process Writing - P rocess Writing! What section am I using...

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Process Writing! What section am I using in my paper? I am using the section where the Miller describes Alisoun. “Fair was this youthful wife, and therewithal As weasel's was her body slim and small. A girdle wore she, barred and striped, of silk. An apron, too, as white as morning milk About her loins, and full of many a gore; White was her smock, embroidered all before And even behind, her collar round about, Of coal-black silk, on both sides, in and out; The strings of the white cap upon her head Were, like her collar, black silk worked with thread, Her fillet was of wide silk worn full high: And certainly she had a lickerish eye. She'd thinned out carefully her eyebrows two, And they were arched and black as any sloe. She was a far more pleasant thing to see Than is the newly budded young pear-tree;” The way he describes her shows his social class. She is very beautiful, and the reader sees that, but the words he chooses to describe here are different from what an educated, well off person would choose. We don't normally think of a weasel as
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