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Women As Mothers in Pre-Industrial England

Essays in Memory of Dorothy McLaren (The Wellcome Institute Series in the History of Medicine)

by Valerie Fildes

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural studies,
  • England,
  • History Of Women (General),
  • History,
  • McClaren, Dorothy,
  • Motherhood,
  • Women,
  • History: American

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9633815M
    ISBN 100415024889
    ISBN 109780415024884

      32 Crawford, Patricia, “ The Construction and Experience of Maternity in Seventeenth-Century England,” in Women as Mothers in Pre-industrial England, ed. Fildes, Valerie (London, ), 3 – 38, at 11, Author: Amanda L. Capern. Sarah Stickney Ellis, born Sarah Stickney ( – 16 June ), also known as Sarah Ellis, was an English was a Quaker turned Congregationalist who wrote numerous books, mostly about women's roles in society. She argued that it was the religious duty of women, as daughters, wives, and mothers, to provide the influence for good that would improve tion: Writer.

    England (Oxford, ), p. 8. 6 A. Wilson, ‘The ceremony of childbirth and its interpretation’, in Women as Mothers in Pre-Industrial England: Essay in Memory of Dorothy McLaren, ed. V. Fildes (), pp. 69– , at p. 7 Tractatus de matricibus –v, trans. in H. R. Lemay, ‘Women and the literature of. Women as Mothers in Pre-Industrial England: Essays in Memory of Dorothy Mclaren. New York: Routledge, New York: Routledge, McSheffrey, Shannon, ed. Love and Marriage in Late Medieval London.

    Women As Mothers In Pre-Industrial England. Great Britain: Routledge, This book provides a comprehensive view of motherhood. Fildes includes details of prenatal and postnatal practices. There are many quotations and personal comments from mothers in history. Macfarlane, Alan. Marriage and Love in England: Modes of Reproduction   The Book of T.D. Jakes, “Mother Made the Difference”, provides several roles that mothers generally perform that shape the life of a child to become a contributing member of the society. Mothers are timeless teachers in the classroom of life. Women especially mothers are the most influential educators.


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: The construction and experience of maternity in seventeenth-century England / Patricia Crawford --Embarking on a rough passage: the experience of pregnancy in early-modern society / Linda A.

Pollock --The ceremony of. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: The construction and experience of maternity in seventeenth-century England / Patricia Crawford --Embarking on a rough passage: the experience of pregnancy in early-modern society / Linda A.

Pollock --The ceremony of childbirth and its. P. Crawford, ‘The Construction and Experience of Maternity in Seventeenth-Century England’, in V. Fildes (ed.), Women as Mothers in Pre-Industrial England (London, ), Cited by: 1."About every true mother there is a sancity of martyrdom- and when she is no more in the body, her children see her with the ring of light around her head." Godey's Lady's Book, Motherhood was viewed in advice literature, particularly by the s, as one of the most important contributions women could make to her family and to the nation.The pre-industrial ways of life led to a type of familiar division of labor that left separate and independent spheres of control for both women and men.

In the pre-industrial family life, the husband and wife had separate plots of lands, and separate crafts and trading enterprises whereby each spouse retained control over their own profits.