The role of family in early modern England
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August 15, 2014
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Patriarchachal society was the style of the time, males dominated in all aspects of life. The male was always the head of the household. Women were seen as subservient and their main purpose was to please her male counterpart. This was view was heavily based upon the story of Adam & Eve and the Garden of Eden, Eve was the first to succumb to temptation and persuaded Adam to eat the forbidden apple...
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In 1632, The Law's Resolutions of Women's Rights was published anonymously in London. The author placed women in a context of blame originating with Eve.
"Eve because she had helped to seduce her husband hath inflicted on her an especial bane. In sorrow shalt thou bring forth thy children, thy desires shall be subject to thy husband and he shall rule over thee"...
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