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  • Hemingways Man - 1,451 words
    Hemingway's exploration of Man in The Sun Also Rises 'It's really an awfully simple operation, Jig,' the man said. 'It's not really an operation at all.' Much of Hemingway's body of work grows from issues of male morality. In his concise, "Hills Like White Elephants," a couple discusses getting an abortion while waiting for a train in a Spanish rail station bar. Years before Roe v. Wade, before the issues of abortion rights, mothers' rights, and unborn children's rights splashed across the American mass consciousness, Ernest Hemingway assessed the effects of abortion on a relationship, and, more specifically, he examined a man's role in determining the necessity of the procedure and its impa ...
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  • Feminism In Dh Lawrences The Rocking Horse Winner - 1,908 words
    A Feminist Reading of D.H. Lawrences The man that does not know sick women does not know women. The Rocking Horse Winner is the story of a boys gift for picking the winners in horse races. An omniscient narrator relates the tale of a boy whose family is always short of money. His mother is incapable of showing love and is obsessed with the status that material wealth can provide. This paper will explore the premise that D.H. Lawrence presented the figure of the mother as the villain; a loathsome, unloving character with no commitment to genuine values. This evil mother figure will ultimately be the male-destroyer by turning her nameless husband away and, in essence, killing her young son, Pa ...
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  • Merchants Of Venice Portia - 1,019 words
    Portia: The Best Female Shakespearean Part? Portia is one of Shakespeares best parts for an actress as, apart from being one of the central characters within the main plot of the play; she displays great wit and intelligence. These are assets which none of Shakespeares other female roles ever had as women who lived around the same time as Shakespeare, were not considered to have such honourable traits. Portia has many lengthy speeches, and in almost all of theses she displays her great intelligence and wit, either by insulting her hapless suitors or saving her new husbands friend with her extensive knowledge of the Law and the way in which a court-room works. There are few scenes in which Po ...
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  • Chauvinist Male Society - 641 words
    Are we Living in a Chauvinist Male Society? Gender roles are attitudes that a society links to each sex. They are basically prejudicial descriptions of who men and women are. In todays society, men and women are divided into two stereotypical gender-roles; the feminine code and the masculine code. Men have been described as being insensitive, dominant, strong, rational, aggressive and rude, whereas women have been described as sensitive, weak, emotional, talkative, passive and more polite. In Trifles, women begin a rebellion against a male-dominated society. As the play progresses, the author tries to show that the omission of the clues found in the kitchen and the complete disregard for wom ...
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  • Unrequited Love And Gestures Of Consecration - 1,719 words
    Unrequited Love and Gestures of Consecration Young Werther searched for meaning in everything around him, yearning in his relentless love for Lotte. It was not a mistake that a copy of Emilia Galotti was found by Werthers deathbed, this texts content mirrors much of Werthers sorrows. Werther idolized and pined over Lotte as Prince Hettore Gonzaga did Emilia Galotti. Both male characters sought to relinquish his hopeless passion by attempting to win over the woman that they loved in a desperate manner, and whom lost their loves in one form or another. Both Lotte and Emilia represent the Romantic ideal for women, who were both concerned with keeping their womanly virtues in tact due to an infl ...
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  • The Role Of Women In 3 Greek Myths - 793 words
    One day, Persephone was in the field gathering the crops and Hades, the god of the underworld, was admiring her. He decided that he had to have her as his wife. Hades then shook the ground and caused it to split open and Persephone fell into the realm of the underworld. Persephone was then offered a pomegranate from Hades and she accepted. Little did she know that once she ate the pomegranate she had to stay in the realm of Hades as the wife of Hades. Demeter, Persephones mother, pleaded with Zeus to get Persephone back. He explained to Demeter that once she ate the pomegranate she had to stay there. Demeter is the goddess of the weather and vegetation so her rage cause massive storms, frigi ...
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  • Herland By Gilman - 1,441 words
    "Herland: An Attack on Women's Oppression" As a prolific writer in the early 1900's often focusing on the "Gender role question," Charlotte Perkins Gilman influenced thousands of women through her witty and often provocative novels and various other works. Throughout her lifetime she became well known for her discussion on women's topics. With her book Herland (among others), she emerged as a spokesperson of such topics as women's portrayal who portrays what? Gilman, the women or others? and perspectives. She believed strongly that women should be encouraged, from a very early age, to be independent and to work for themselves (Mightymedia.com) webpages get cited in your sentence (according t ...
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  • Frankenstein - 1,067 words
    Mary Shelley put herself ahead of the revolutionary movements in feminism in the early nineteenth century. In her writing, she was attempting to show the problems in her own society in an age before others had begun to have similar ideas. Shelley wanted a more balanced society, increasing the power of woman, and decreasing the stature of man. Victor Frankenstein's newest creation, a monster, appears as such a horrible creation that people often label it as evil before ever giving him a chance. However, the monster is much more human one might think. The monster has a desire to learn and a want to love, but these feelings and emotions seem to disappear with Victor's denial of a female partner ...
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  • The Storm - 679 words
    Kate Chopin writings are known for its realism and for its focus on the controversial issues of women. The Storm focuses on the issue of infidelity. I thought it interesting to break down the two male characters of The Storm, Bobinot and Alcee and the controversy that surrounds them. The story takes place during a tremendous storm, where when father (Bobinot) and child are away, the mother (Calixta) is left at home. An old lover of Calixta, Alcee, appears and in the heat of a passionate storm makes love to Calixta. The description of the two men in this story, one boring one exciting, gives some insight on why the cheating occurred. They are two completely different men that share one common ...
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  • The Role Of Women In The Song Of Roland - 1,472 words
    The Role of Women in the Song of Roland Women are not mentioned often in the Song of Roland. They appear in only seventeen of almost three hundred laisses. It is because they are included so rarely, however, that the women stand out amidst the throng of male characters and call attention to the areas of the text in which they appear. One of the principle woman characters is Queen Bramimionde, wife of the pagan King Marsile. She plays an important role at the end of the text, becoming by association the whole of pagandom, and it is only through her that the French emperor Charlemagne can achieve a true victory over the Saracens. The first mention of women in the Song of Roland comes in laisse ...
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  • A Jury Of Her Peers Differences And Stereotypes Between Genders - 1,101 words
    Differences and Stereotypes Between Genders in: Susan Glaspells A Jury of Her Peers The Author Susan Glaspell shows an obvious stereotypical attitude by men towards women in her story, A Jury of Her Peers. This was most likely inclusive of the majority male frame of thinking many years ago, at the time this incident in the story took place. Graspell wrote the story in 1917, so we are sure that the setting dated back at least that far, possibly further. Though the female gender had come quite a long way up to that point, there were still a large majority of men and even women who still considered the female inferior to the male. The competence of the males and females in the story are remarka ...
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  • Why The Joy Luck Club Sucks - 1,039 words
    Just last night I saw the movie, The Joy Luck Club (JLC), which played on television for the first time in Los Angeles. I had been meaning to see this movie but never got around to it until now. Since many female friends recommended this 1993 movie to me, including my own sister, I was looking forward to experiencing a great work of art. Up to this point, I have heard nothing but glowing reviews about this movie. Near the end of the movie I found myself thinking, There is something terribly wrong here! All the Chinese men are portrayed as bad and weak! Why is this movie getting good reviews? Are the critics all blind? Then I started to get angry. What a rip-off! I'm glad I didn't spend money ...
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  • Why The Joy Luck Club Sucks - 1,094 words
    ... e portrayed in a better light than the Chinese men in the movie. I don't think there was a fourth husband. In the one unbelievable relationship with the lone Chinese husband, one daughter splits all expenses 50-50 with her future husband even though he earns 7 times her salary! She even ends up marrying the tight bastard. Now tell me, is that reality? Did she really believe he loved her? Did she really love him? Would any modern Chinese woman be that stupid? I don't think so. Let's see what we have for the Chinese husbands. A rapist, a promiscuous husband and a clueless cheapskate. Of the two white husbands, one is simply ignorant of table manners and the other is a very rich man who pla ...
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  • Far From The Madding Crowd - 1,347 words
    ... tter future. He did this in a very unkind and cruel way and set up a false scene of his own death. Troy joins a fair where he travels the world. This was all brought about by Fannys death. Because of her dying, he found out, along with Bathsheba and Oak, that he had a child. He has a psychological breakdown and claims to Bathsheba, she is more a women dead, than you are alive. He sees Bathsheba later by coincidence when she visits the fair. He recognizes her, and has a change of thought and wishes to return to her. He goes to Boldwoods engagement party, and there, he trys to claim what he sees as rightfully his. Here is where Troy proves he is truly mean and not heroic. He sees Bathsheba ...
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  • Writings Of F Scott Fitzgerald - 1,774 words
    F. Scott Fitzgerald was a writer very much of his own time. This rare ability, along with his rhetorical brilliance, has established Fitzgerald as one of the major novelists and story writers of the twentieth century. The source of Fitzgerald s talent remains a mystery. Edward Fitzgerald , his father, came from tired, old stock with roots in Maryland. Edward Fitzgerald s great-great-grandfather was the brother of Francis Scott Keys grandfather, and if Scott Fitzgerald claimed a closer relationship, it was hardly his fault. He had after all been christened Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald , and his mother Mollie was inordinately proud of the Key connection she had married into. Equally important, ...
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  • Women - 2,343 words
    In the comic strip "Cathy" by Cathy Guisewite, readers follow the antics of a "normal" American woman of the 90's. Cathy is single, works as a secretary, and is portrayed as unhappy. Her dating experience can be characterized by endless searching for the ideal man, settling for someone because she believes him to be the best she can do, and going through a breakup process that is initiated by the male. This is followed by Cathy rationalizing the situation, and more likely than not, an eating binge. This is just one of the various media that send a negative message to women. Women are told by the media to be submissive, passive, beautiful, happy, and weak. Television, magazines, and movies ei ...
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  • Women - 2,343 words
    In the comic strip "Cathy" by Cathy Guisewite, readers follow the antics of a "normal" American woman of the 90's. Cathy is single, works as a secretary, and is portrayed as unhappy. Her dating experience can be characterized by endless searching for the ideal man, settling for someone because she believes him to be the best she can do, and going through a breakup process that is initiated by the male. This is followed by Cathy rationalizing the situation, and more likely than not, an eating binge. This is just one of the various media that send a negative message to women. Women are told by the media to be submissive, passive, beautiful, happy, and weak. Television, magazines, and movies ei ...
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  • Gatsby - 2,162 words
    Although the precise date of many of Shakespeares plays is in doubt, his dramatic career is generally divided into four periods: (1) the period up to 1594, (2) the years from 1594 to 1600, (3) the years from 1600 to 1608, and (4) the period after 1608. Because of the difficulty of dating Shakespeares plays and the lack of conclusive facts about his writings, these dates are approximate and can be used only as a convenient framework in which to discuss his development. In all periods, the plots of his plays were frequently drawn from chronicles, histories, or earlier fiction, as were the plays of other contemporary dramatists. Shakespeares first period was one of experimentation. His early pl ...
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  • Sexism In Motion Pictures - 583 words
    In the scheme of major motion pictures today there's an attempt to portray women as strong people, yet in every role there are instances of docility so that the male characters have often had the upper hand. In more modern times, the downfall of women has always been men, as opposed to biblical and Greco-Roman stories where the opposite was true. Women are always made out to be these weak beings that are either controlled by their emotions or use their sexuality to get what they want or need. Men, on the other hand, have used their intelligence to get them out of sticky situations. In the movie "Norma Rae," the title character played by Sally Field, a woman led a strike at the plant she work ...
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