THIS IS THE FINAL PART OF THE ORAL PRESENTATION, ADD IT TO THE FIRST TWO COMMENTARIES BY ELIOTT AND JEAN.
At the end of the passage, lines 10 and 11 are going together. A comparison is made between the servitude due to a prince and the duty of a woman towards her husband.
Indeed, the woman is presented as a "subject" (line 10) and the husband is presented as a "prince" (line 10/11 prince/husband). This idea is reinforced at line 13 by the words "they should kneel" and by line 15 where it is said that the women "are bound to serve and obey", suggesting that this obedience is something natural, that they are born with it, whereas it is merely the result of education.
Furthermore, line 13, "war" and "peace" are opposed to one another as different consequences of women's comportment: obedience would allow peace and insubordination would bring war. Implicitly, if many wives are concerned, the addition of individual wars may lead to a sort of civil war, which means that such women are labeled as dangerous for society.
However, I think we cannot talk about peace in case of submission. In fact, submission implies the violence of the husband towards the woman. And if the woman is finally submitted, it is just a won war, and in war there is no love.
In conclusion, the marital relationship described by the woman is reduced to a relation of power, made legitimate as it was decided by God.
The last 4 lines, to "I am ashamed..." until "obey" reveal that all women are not like that. The spoke person's opinion and the sentence "I am ashamed that women are so simple" reveal that this woman is an obedient woman. She speaks as a sexist man would, which is the ultimate form of submission as her husband does not need to brainwash other women, she takes care of it. (SOE)