notes2_25 - Quotes of interest "But no sooner.no match...

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Quotes of interest “But no sooner…no match for nature” (pg 287) “…No reasonable person…doing what is natural…serious harm of those who employ them” (290) “Young people are naturally… their own natures” (395) “I shall simply be breaking…those of nature as well” (434) “It is equally true that nature…men of monstrously ugly appearances” (457) Boccaccio Thinks that there is a natural order to things o Men and women are attracted to each other How are women’s roles seen? On the one hand, women are subservient, need men’s help On other hand, women seem to be in control, leading men to do what they want them to do o Women in this context are seen as having a greater sexual appetite than men (not that men have a small one…) Line about women only being good for childbirth is spoken by an old hag who no one respects anyway. o
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