Women in Early Modern Britain, 1450-1640
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Women in Early Modern Britain, 1450-1640 (Social History in Perspective)

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The history of women in Wales and Scotland is in a thriving infancy compared to England. This book draws on this work to examine the significance of contrasting social, economic and religious conditions in shaping the lives of women in Britain. Although gender assumptions were broadly similar, female experience varied. Changes in clanship and inheritance, the employment of
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Published January 17th 2004 by Palgrave Macmillan (first published November 14th 2003)
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Good setting in context of the female experience in this period, with distinct comparisons of the English, Scottish, and Welsh conditions.
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