Quote by William Shakespeare
She's beautiful, and therefore to be wooed; She is a woman, therefore to be won.
This quote reflects a societal perspective that beauty is an important attribute in women and that they should be pursued or wooed based on their physical attractiveness. It reduces women to objects to be won through romantic or courtship endeavors, reinforcing traditional gender roles and emphasizing the idea that a woman's value lies mainly in her appearance. However, this view disregards other aspects of a woman's character, intelligence, and individuality, reinforcing shallow and outdated notions of gender dynamics.
I suppose every old scholar has had the experience of reading something in a book which was significant to him, but which he could never find again. Sure he is that he read it there, but no one else ever read it, nor can he find it again, though he buy the book and ransack every page.