Women of Eighteenth Century
Women came into light in the eighteenth century. In this century they governed countries,
modeled public opinion, made fashion to be a universal necessity, they ruled the society, and also
they set the literary together with the artistic standards (Hill & Bridget, pp16 2013). Besides,
women never thought that they could be the same as men and its due that they expected to be
treated with a difference.
Some rules were made and implemented even before the eighteen century. They clearly
stated that men were to be more superior to women. The law made sections four categories in
which one of them was explicitly set aside for the women (Hill & Bridget, pp27 2013). The
group stated that women were under age up to the period of twenty-five years, separated,
widowed and also unmarried. Maria Theresa of Australia and Catherine the Great of Russia gave
a proof stating that women were competent for they wanted to be the rulers of the empire.
Jane Austen in the eighteen century made her social world the center of her writing as a
restriction. It was after the death of her mother when Jane Austen started dressing in the style of
an old woman. It is still in the eighteenth century where she published her first book known as
Sense and Sensibility that was later followed by the book Pride and Prejudice and also Mansfield
Women of the eighteenth century
In the eighteenth century, the office of the camarera mayor was considered to be crucial
since the wife of Philip was ailing for the position. Maria Luisa’s father who was by then the
Duke of Savoy was ruling the Alpine. Louis XIV had hopes that once Maria Luisa could possess
the seat of the Spanish, the duke would defend the interests of Maria (Wilson & Kathleen, pp36
2014). It also came to the presence of another woman named Mme de Maintenon who was
considered to be so powerful, intelligent, and wellborn but a relatively poor lady wh...