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December 1, 2015
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But that only proves the existence of footbinding in her era and does not address the question of why and how it was practiced. She goes on to study shoes found in other women in different time periods like Madame Zhou of the 11th century. The details of the shoes give some clues about how the feet that they once contained must have looked like and what kind of women bound their feet...
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The details of the shoes give some clues about how the feet that they once contained must have looked like and what kind of women bound their feet. But still, the questions regarding reasons and origin for footbinding becoming a social norm remain unanswered.
The next part of the chapter addresses the role folktales, poetry, and literature might have played in shaping the general public's thoughts on women's feet and in particular their size...
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