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Stereotypes of Women in the Shakespeare Era

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Ayda Yousef

on 13 December 2012

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Elizabethan Women During this time the man was the king and the woman was the queen. The man was supposed to work, and the woman was to stay home. The woman was to clean, cook, and nurture her family, while her husband was to provide the family with money. Modern Women The role of men and women has not changed much from the Elizabethan days. For example, they still nurture their children and care for their home. In the absence of a man a woman can still "be like a man". More women are capable in finance, and be a single parent. Women in the Shakespeare Time By: Ayda Yousef Women had limited rights. Some women had rights to own land when their husband dies, and when her older son becomes older, he will be able to be in charge of his father's land. Women are capable of doing more than one thing at a time, unlike the men. Women are more prone to feelings.
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