By Anne Laurence
Drawing on quite a lot of fresh examine, ladies IN ENGLAND is an intimate social heritage of ladies who skilled existence among the Reformation and the commercial Revolution.
Anne Laurence writes approximately marriage, intercourse, childbirth, paintings inside and outdoors the family, schooling, faith and women's job in the neighborhood and the broader world.
'A marvellously wealthy and clean survey of English ladies from the Reformation to the sunrise of the economic Revolution' Roy Porter, The Sunday Times
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Women In England 1500-1760: A Social History (WOMEN IN HISTORY) by Anne Laurence