Elizabethan Era

Elizabethan Era
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  • Sharnette, Heather. "QUEEN ELIZABETH | (1533-1603)." Elizabethi.org, Elizabehi.org, www.elizabethi.org | "Discrimination of Women During the Elizabethan Era: The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare." Discrimination of women during the Elizabethan Era: The.../ Bartleby, Bartleby.com, www.bartleby.com/essay/Discrimination-of-Women-During-the-Elizabethan-Era-P3CF3JRAVC.
  • Fetch me a glass of water!
  • Yes sir!
  • Sharnette, Heather. "QUEEN ELIZABETH | (1533-1603)." Elizabethi.org, Elizabehi.org, www.elizabethi.org | "Discrimination of Women During the Elizabethan Era: The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare." Discrimination of women during the Elizabethan Era: The.../ Bartleby, Bartleby.com, www.bartleby.com/essay/Discrimination-of-Women-During-the-Elizabethan-Era-P3CF3JRAVC.
  • We are not going to do that I am in charge here!
  • Sharnette, Heather. "QUEEN ELIZABETH | (1533-1603)." Elizabethi.org, Elizabehi.org, www.elizabethi.org | "Discrimination of Women During the Elizabethan Era: The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare." Discrimination of women during the Elizabethan Era: The.../ Bartleby, Bartleby.com, www.bartleby.com/essay/Discrimination-of-Women-During-the-Elizabethan-Era-P3CF3JRAVC.
  • BOO!!! What do you think you are doing?
  • I believe...
  • Women were viewed as less than the men. Men could do more than women could. Women could not work in law, medicine, or politics, they could only work as maids or cooks. This shows that women were viewed less than men because women could not do nearly as much as men and that men had better advantages. Women were viewed as people who could not do as much as men. HH
  • Women were viewed as property to men, they were not viewed as in charge. Women had very little control over anyone. Women were not in charge and the men were seen as the head of the marriage. This proves that women were viewed as property and not in charge because they could not make decisions and that women did whatever men say. HH
  • Women were viewed as voiceless during the Elizabethan Era. Women could not speak their mind and talk about certain topics. Men were allowed to say many more things than women could. Women could not write for public stages and could not give ideas. This shows that women were seen as voiceless because women did not have a chance to do and say what ever they want so they did not talk much because they would be punished or made fun of. HH
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