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  •  "BBC Bitesize, BBC, www.bbc.com/education/guides/z2wp34j/revision/3." phillyshakespeare.org
  • I will act as if I was a woman, because women are not good enough.
  • As your father, you must obey my rules and you will not go to school!
  • phillyshakespeare.org  "BBC Bitesize, BBC, www.bbc.com/education/guides/z2wp34j/revision/3."
  • Father, this isn't fair!
  • We all are lucky enough to go to school and get an education.
  • phillyshakespeare.org   "BBC Bitesize, BBC, www.bbc.com/education/guides/z2wp34j/revision/3."
  • I wish I could have the right to do what I want.
  • As your younger brother, I demand you to go to your room. I own you as property.
  • Women could not be on stage for plays, female parts were played by boys whose voices hadn't broken yet. In plays the female characters disguise themselves as men so the audience would see a man pretending to be a women. This shows how women were viewed, because it seems women were not good enough to be in plays. LJW
  • Women were owned by their fathers as property and only some were allowed to enter school in the 1500's. Although they couldn't attend to university. This proves how women were viewed, because it shows women could only learn basic knowledge and couldn't have the same achievments as men. LJW
  • The only exceptions to not becoming a mans property, was widows. Families could have a twenty-five year old daughter and an infant son , but the son would inherit the property. This shows how women were viewed, because women did not have many rights like men. LJW
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