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MessagePosté le: Jeu 17 Mai - 09:25 (2018)    Sujet du message: Wives at the Tavern Répondre en citant

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To pick up on the theme of Good Fellowship offered by Mark Hailwood, we might be able to consider how far his conclusions are gendered. Is it just men who experienced "good fellowship" or could women engage in this too? One verse from the source in "Wives at the Tavern" reads "One cast down her shot, and went her way." Gossip, "Quoth Elinor," What did she pay? "" Nought a penny. "Lo, so I say, She shall not be more of our lore [fellowship] ". Here we see a principle noted by Hailwood. If one could not afford to pay, and skeakily left, this would disqualify one as a good fellow. Here then, we can see women engaging in similar qualifications of "good fellowship". This suggests that women's experience of "good fellowship" was not too different from the male experience. However, throughout the ballad we get the sense that the money being used is their husbands money, "to bring our husbands out of debt. This suggests that the notion of honor attached to the ability to pay is different from that of the male. For the male, conspicuous consumption demonstrates his good employment. Perhaps for the female member of the family, she may be demonstrating her participation in illicit work (prostitution). These are only suggestions. Nevertheless, there is a sense of honor attached to the ability to pay for both men and women. So much so that not paying could disqualify one from good fellowship. in the ballad we get the sense that the money is used to their husbands money, "to bring our husbands out of debt / For we will drink, til God more sends". This suggests that the notion of honor attached to the ability to pay is different from that of the male. For the male, conspicuous consumption demonstrates his good employment. Perhaps for the female member of the family, she may be demonstrating her participation in illicit work (prostitution). These are only suggestions. Nevertheless, there is a sense of honor attached to the ability to pay for both men and women. So much so that not paying could disqualify one from good fellowship. in the ballad we get the sense that the money is used to their husbands money, "to bring our husbands out of debt / For we will drink, til God more sends". This suggests that the notion of honor attached to the ability to pay is different from that of the male. For the male, conspicuous consumption demonstrates his good employment. Perhaps for the female member of the family, she may be demonstrating her participation in illicit work (prostitution). These are only suggestions. Nevertheless, there is a sense of honor attached to the ability to pay for both men and women. So much so that not paying could disqualify one from good fellowship. This suggests that the notion of honor attached to the ability to pay is different from that of the male. For the male, conspicuous consumption demonstrates his good employment. Perhaps for the female member of the family, she may be demonstrating her participation in illicit work (prostitution). These are only suggestions. Nevertheless, there is a sense of honor attached to the ability to pay for both men and women. So much so that not paying could disqualify one from good fellowship. This suggests that the notion of honor attached to the ability to pay is different from that of the male. For the male, conspicuous consumption demonstrates his good employment. Perhaps for the female member of the family, she may be demonstrating her participation in illicit work (prostitution). These are only suggestions. Nevertheless, there is a sense of honor attached to the ability to pay for both men and women. So much so that not paying could disqualify one from good fellowship. There is a sense of honor attached to the ability to pay for both men and women. So much so that not paying could disqualify one from good fellowship. There is a sense of honor attached to the ability to pay for both men and women. So much so that not paying could disqualify one from good fellowship.


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