11. 6-8: What is given is obviously porridge and it is a pity that a woman is not allowed to take even her own share to her hungry husband at hom6.
1.10: The receivers can get a shirt or a towel but not both.
1.13- 14: One of the assumptions of the upper class, namely that the poor can never be good or virtuous.
What the poem aims at bringing out is obviously the un-Christian attitudes of those who profess Christian charity.