Which of these statements about women in elizabethan england is true? *women could not take up acting, even if they had the right talent. *women in queen elizabeth’s court enjoyed the same rights as male courtiers. *women had access to education and could attend university. *women were not allowed to translate or write religious books
One of the many arrangements as Elizabethan women is that they were not allowed to take up acting, even if they had the right talent. The answer is letter A. However, women at court were allowed to perform at the Masques.
The correct answer is “women could not take up acting, even if they had the right talent.” Instead, usually young boys played women’s parts, because they were not allowed to do so.
*Women in Queen Elizabeth’s court enjoyed the same rights as male courtiers. Queen Elizabeth encouraged the education of women but nothing formally was allowed. In her court, she allowed the women the same rights as the men, but was unable to change the patriarchy laws through England. These laws prevented women from being in the professions or being formally educated. However, Elizabeth living during the Renaissance believed in expanding the rights of women and did so in her court.
women could not take up acting, even if they had the right talent
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