Elizabethan Era by AJ

Elizabethan Era by AJ
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  • Sharnette, Heather. "Elizabethan Women." Elizabeth R, Self-Published, 1998, www.elizabethi.org/contents/women/.  Alchin, Linda "William Shakespeare." William SHAKESPEARE, 7 June 2015, www.william-shakespeare.info/
  • Alchin, Linda. "William Shakespeare." Wiliam SHAKESPEARE, 7 June 2015, www.william-shakespeare.info/   Sharnette, Heather. "Elizabethan Women." Elizabeth R, Self-Published, 1998, www.elizabethi.org/contents/women/.
  • Alchin, Linda. "William Shakespeare." Wiliam SHAKESPEARE, 7 June 2015, www.william-shakespeare.info/   Sharnette, Heather. "Elizabethan Women." Elizabeth R, Self-Published, 1998, www.elizabethi.org/contents/women/. 
  • Since women had a lot of limitations, they have been fighting and working for equality between women and men, which has led to good results, giving women more life quality. This shows that they were not given many opportunities or have high class jobs. AR
  • Elizabethan women were dominated by the male members of their family. They were expected to instantly obey not only their father but their brothers. If women did not obey them, they would be punished. This shows that women in the Elizabethan era did not have rights to do what they wanted for example, now women can speak their mind without being afraid of being punished. AR
  • Nowadays, women have grown and at this point, they are closer to equality with men, but there are still some disadvantages towards women than men. For example, women are able to chose what career to study. AR
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