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592 wordsHamlet Role of Women For many years in the past women played a small role socially, economically, and politically. As a result of this many works in literature were reflective of this smaller role of women. In Elizabethan theaters small boys dressed and played the roles of women. In contrast to this trend, in Shakespeare's Hamlet the women in the play are driving factors for the actions of many other characters. Both Gertrude, Hamlets mother, and Ophelia, Hamlets love, affected many of the decis...
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16 Th Century Othello And Desdemona
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1,810 wordsThe Role of Women in Victorian England The evolving role of women in Victorian England is the main subject of George Gissing's The Odd Women. Gissing's novel deals with the struggle that many English women faced in the later part of the nineteenth century as they struggled for independence and finding means to support themselves. Prior to the womens equal rights movement, which began in the middle part of the 1800 s, women were either expected to marry or follow careers as nurses, governesses, s...
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2,932 wordsDuring the Middle Ages it was custom for many Christians to go on pilgrimages to perform what they believed was Gods work. Canterbury was one of many sites that the pilgrim would go to. Geoffrey Chaucer centers his book The Canterbury Tales around the pilgrims on their way to thank St. Thomas of Canterbury for his help in keeping them alive. The pilgrims met at an inn and it is here that the Host proposes that each pilgrim should tell two tales on the pilgrimage to Canterbury and then two on the...
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