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The New Way of Thinking The height of the Middle Ages signified a revolutionary way of thinking among the people The people of the day were breaking out of the old controlled lifestyle to which they were accustomed and they began expressing themselves in many different ways The people began breaking out of the normal monotonous lifestyle and they began becoming individuals The women began taking on new roles They became independent and lived on their own The soldiers began losing their prestige and their life drastically changed The clergymen took on more of a secular role which prompted a new way of thinking toward the church During the Middle Ages peoples ideas began changing which prompted a whole new outlook on society The role of women drastically changed in the Middle Ages Women became more independent Society became more focused on money So women also became very focused on money going to bed with a nice young man and earning your first mina And Im going to spend some of it right away to buy you a new necklace Turner p 39 Women became interested in jewelry and clothes youd soon be able to support me and buy your own jewellery and have lots of money and servants and gorgeous clothes Turner p 39 Instead of women relying on men to subsidize their major needs if women were unmarried or widowed they began taking care of their own needs When he died I sold his hammer and tongs and anvil for two minas and that kept us going for a while Then I did various jobs like dressmaking and spinning and weaving to scrape together enough for us to live on But all the time I was struggling to bring you up this was what I was hoping for Turner p 39 Women became fascinated with trying to keep the attention of men even if it meant making them jealous if
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