Chapter Eight: Family and Social Trends
1350 - 1600: Chapter Eight: Family and Social Trends
by MERRY WIESNER-HANKS
A Birthing Regimen319
“I Have Suffered a Grievous Blow”321
A Lady's Education Pondered322
On the Secrets of Women325
Taking Responsibility for the Babies329
On Controlling Sodomy331
Opening and Closing the Brothels334
Martin Luther on Marriage336
“He is not to hit her too hard”338
Rowland'sThe Bride 341
Anna Bijns on Breaking Conventions344
Motherly Advice to a Son347
A Wedding Disaster349
To Those Left Behind351
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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