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British women 1700-2000
"Sense and Sensibility" was written during the age of Enlightenment, in the 18th century, an era of deep philosophical thought and separation from the Church. The Enlightenment emphasised education and moral, so women were educated as well. However, as men studied philosophy and science, women were taught to sing, paint and draw. Before, a person had been considered only a creation of God, only to serve Him and be humble. Now people started realizing the human worth; although women's rights were ignored, more attention was paid to children, poor people, prisoners and slaves.
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