Utopia, Book Two: Social Relations
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Book Two: Social Relations Indigo Rodgers and Belle Geniza
"The eldest ruleth the family. The wives be ministers to their husbands, the children to their parents, and, to be short, the younger to their elders" (78).
"From hence the father of every householder fetcheth whatsoever he and his have need of and carrieth it away with him without money, without exchange, without gage, pawn or pledge" (78).
"These hospitals be so well appointed, and with all things necessary to health so furnished...that...there is no sick person in all the city that had not rather lie there than at home in his own house" (79).
"And also it were a folly to take the pain to dress a bad dinner at home, when they may be welcome to good and fine fare so nigh handy at the hall" (80).
"Every mother is nurse to her own child, unless either death or sicknes be the let. When that chanceth, the wives of the syphogrants quickly provide a nurse" (81).
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