Women'S Education From The Rensaissance To The 18th Century

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History

 

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Tommie N

 

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August 5, 2013

 

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University

 

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In Erasmus's book "The Abbot and the Learned Lady", the lady in the story questions whether a "wife's business to manage the household and rear the children" is the correct understanding of women's role in society. The abbot agrees with her statement, which shows the mentality of what many believed in the Renaissance time period...
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Eventually, women were permitted to attend grammar school. Soon after that, private schools were established for women, but only those who could afford it were able to attend. Moving into the Reformation, a closure in convents caused women to be deprived of a major occupation in which they had devoted their life to...
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