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She fits neither the stereotype of the coquette nor that of the femme fatale. Her desire, which is both unabashed and observable, is neither repressed nor manipulated by an overseeing man. Contrary to customs suggested by the honor/shame categories, this assertive woman independently preserves her own honor. Although the woman makes reference to public opinion (8:1), she does not seem to be intimidated by it. Nor does she appear to consider her unaccompanied nocturnal search of the city behavior of which she should be ashamed.
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