Women during the Renaissance
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This paper discusses the profound change that was experienced throughout Europe during the Renaissance period. The paper particularly focuses on whether any of these changes extended to the women who lived in that era. It looks at how women were represented within the literature of that period and whether that was a true representation of their roles at that time.
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