Discussion Questions The Devil in the Shape of a Woman She was one of the accused that fought with a man for refusing her aid but he gave it to a man no worse off than her. Her case shows the economic classes were hard to distinguish. Their economic status was built by the men in their lives and everything they owned belonged to their husbands. The levels included the gentry (an estate of over 500 pounds), who?s accusations were usually ignored, the middle class (an estate between 200 ? 500 pounds), who could be accused but usually escaped prosecution, and the poor (an estate less than 200 pounds), who could hardly ever escape prosecution.
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