By Daphna Oren-Magidor
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This booklet explores the reports of people that struggled with fertility difficulties in 16th and seventeenth-century England. Motherhood used to be principal to early glossy women’s id and was once even noticeable as their route to salvation. To a lesser volume, fatherhood performed a big position in developing right masculinity.
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Infertility in Early Modern England (Early Modern History: Society and Culture) by Daphna Oren-Magidor