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|10 below) Sir M. Foster Discourse of Homicide 319 The rule, that every man's |
house is his castle, when applied to the case of arrests upon legal ... 1937 W. H.
Mack Mr. Birdsall Breezes Through 119 A man whose home is his wife's castle.
|It has been said that "a man's home is his castle", but as everyone, especially a |
man's wife, knows it is really the garage that is his haven, his rest area on the
highway of life, a place where anything goes so to speak, and his castle where
he is ...
|English jurist and politician Sir Edward Coke (1552-1634) captured the |
philosophy of male primacy in the home with the still popular phrase, "a man's
home is his castle." British common law allowed wife beating but, in a move
|M452 He is (To be) no MAN'S enemy but his own (Varied from cl600; OW571b |
from 1580) c1591 (c1594) True Trag. ... M460 I am (To be) no MAN'S wife (From
c1589) c1589 (1594) Lyly Mother Bombie 4.2.143f. ... A MAN'S house is his
castle (From 1581; OW389b another 1581) cl590 (1594) Greene & Lodge
Looking Glass 5.4 2159: My hose are my castles. cl607 (1609) Ma- chin Every
Woman In B2v ...
|"So I said to my wife, a man's home is his castle, and when he demands sex he |
expects to get sex." "And what did your wife say?" "I'm not quite sure. Sound
doesn't carry too well to the spare bedroom." Women are so unappreciative. You
|The same principles that justified a revolution against the British monarchy would |
eventually challenge the domestic monarchy reflected in the notion that “a man's
home is his castle” and his wife and children vassals within the domestic realm.
Sharon Marcus - 1999 - 323 pages
|"An Englishman's home is his castle. ... he used the castle as a metaphor for the |
right to be free from undue invasion of one's home: "a man's house is his castle,"
he wrote, and "[t]he ... over serfs with a man's authority over a wife and childre0.
25 This maxim's most familiar rendition in Victorian literature, Wemmick's home in
Henry J. Donaghy - 1983 - 124 pages
|Mrs. Castle," Muller said and took her hand. ... "Yes. Seven wasted years. You |
have a very beautiful wife. Castle." Muller turns out to be more chameleon than
bigot. ... The man has merely had an argument with his wife and is staying home
|His cuisine was so impressive that few people turned down an invitation to dine |
at Marble House. Other male servants on ... by the notion of footmen. Aside from
answering the front door and running a few errands, footmen seemed to exist to
support the illusion that a rich man's house was his castle. One day, Stuyvesant
Fish came home to find his wife's retinue of gorgeously dressed footmen standing