Middle Ages

..aE. The Medieval period was a world of superstition and was ruled by the men.

Midwifery in the middle ages was as different the as it is now. Many ways in which to help deliver a baby was done by using herbs, potions and rituals. These techniques and antidotes are all used through superstition and magic. It was also known that medieval midwifery was a combination of common sense herbal knowledge superstition and so called grandmother stories. Jane The Midwife in the novel shows this when she says, " Up, beetle, and to the cottage for cowslip, mugwort and pepper. By the Fourteen Holy Helpers, Joan will have to sneeze this baby out!aE Midwifery in the middle Ages was a very mixed up occupation and it was usually that ignorance and superstition were often mistaken for knowledge.

Many morals and messages are mentioned in the book The Midwifes Apprentice. Many of them teach us something or make us think about the point that is being presented. The first one that is evident in the text is about having confidence. What this means is believing in yourself and having the ability to take on whatever task no matter how diffi



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