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  • Chavez, Richard "Role of Women: Elizabethan Age." Google Sites, sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/home. Wilson, Kyra Jane "The Roles of Women in the Elizabethan Era." Single Women in the Renaissance, 9 Dec. 2013, kyrajanewilson.wordpress.com/2013/12/09/the-roles-of-women-in-the-elizabethan-era/.
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  • Wilson, Kyra Jane "The Roles of Women in the Elizabethan Era." Single Women in the Renaissance, 9 Dec. 2013, kyrajanewilson.wordpress.com/2013/12/09/the-roles-of-women-in-the-elizabethan-era/. Chavez, Richard "Role of Women: Elizabethan Age." Google Sites, sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/home.
  • Girls can't be in plays!
  • Wilson, Kyra Jane "The Roles of Women in the Elizabethan Era." Single Women in the Renaissance, 9 Dec. 2013, kyrajanewilson.wordpress.com/2013/12/09/the-roles-of-women-in-the-elizabethan-era/. Chavez, Richard "Role of Women: Elizabethan Age." Google Sites, sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/role-of-women/home.
  • I don't love this man!
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  • Women in the 1500's were only allowed to learn basic knowledge. Basic knowledge consisted of learning how to read and write, but did not go in depth. This shows that women's rights have changed over time because now women can learn much more than just how to read and write, such as learning science and mathematics.
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  • Plays were gaining popularity in the 1500's, especially in Europe, but it is different from how plays are today. In the 1500's, if the play needed a women, they would use young boys because their voices were not fully matured and sounded higher. Women were not allowed to act in plays or perform on a public stage because it was considered improper. Currently, many women act and perform in public all over the world.
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  • In the 1500's all women, unless they became nuns, were expected to marry. They were required to bring a dowry and couldn't divorce. Also, unless it was physically impossible, the women were expected to have children. Single women were often chastised for remaining unwed, and if they didn't remain "pure" (kept their virginity) until marriage, they were instantly berated and looked down upon. Also, it was quite common for women to have arranged marriages. Now, women are not required to marry or have children, and can get divorced. 
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