These cases explicate the fact that the institution of marriage is one of the contexts in which the rights of women are gravely abused in patriarchal societies. Women in patriarchal societies are also deprived of [...]
Racine view Phedre as in a trap by the anger of gods and her destiny due to the unlawful and jealous passion that resulted into the deaths of Hippolytus and Oenone.
In the story, male dominance and female oppression is clear from the beginning when men become the first to enter the house followed by women.
In the first chapter of the novel, the novelist uses Soledad to express her views of what she wants in marriage, i.e, to get a man that she loves, to be independent, and to lead [...]
Although the three stories in question seem to share only very basic characteristics, such as the fact that each of the short novels are narrated by women, the novels, in fact, nail down the superfluous [...]
Current paper aims at discussing masculinity and femininity in Chinese culture on the examples of The Romance of the Three Kingdoms by Kuan-Chung and Javanese ideologies as a possibility to comprehend the roles of the [...]
Although each of the narrations are linked to each other with a single theme of Chinese women emancipation and the introduction of feminism into the Chinese society, the time periods, in which the specified pieces [...]
These three historical novels help to understand better the essence of the role models and ideas of how ideal rulers, men, women, and values should actually be regarding the required standards and obligations: men are [...]
Shekiba is the victim of a society where women are judged almost exclusively on their worth as wives and mothers of sons and she was discriminated alongside her crippled father."The clan did not want to [...]
In the article, Enloe explains the construction and reconstruction of masculinity by the local military and the US military to maintain the high morale among their soldiers.
In fact, naming and recognizing the difference, as well as acknowledging racial, class, and gender differences, is crucial for accepting the self and positioning in the world.
The author's unconventional approach to representing female development provides me with clear understanding of how society and upbringing can influence the development of the self.
Two major works of literature, 'Oedipus the king' and 'The Odyssey', provide some of the best examples of how the role of female characters is portrayed in different ways and how these women influence the [...]
The setting is significant to the meaning of the work of writing as it influences its outcomes, the characters, viewpoint, and plot since it is connected to the principles, ideals, and feelings of characters.
Moreover, contrary to the opinion that women cannot provide for the family, it is seen that Eveline uses all her income in the house while the men of the house only give part of what [...]
Whereas, the former is being concerned with the promotion of the idea that men and women are thoroughly equal, in the social sense of this word, and that they should treat each other with respect, [...]
Ability to work and/or supervise oneself as a woman is also quietly depicted through the girl who is able to work in the absence of her father. Cather depicts most of the women in her [...]
McCullers' approaches to presenting the aspects of the main character Frankie's development and awareness of herself as a woman depend on rejecting the traditional vision of the problem, and they can be discussed as rather [...]
Due to frustration, suffering, and emotional tones in the main character Frankie, the author creates a feminist understanding of the society in which Frankie lives in.
Though this can be explained by the cruel and uncompromising spirit of the ear, it is still hard to believe that the false morals and the environment created by the church influenced people so hard [...]
The modern day and age offers rights and freedoms that people have not experienced some time before and the majority of official rulings have acknowledged that people have a right to marry whomever they want, [...]
For contemporary audiences yet delight in the satire of Lysistrata, the farcical comedy of manners in which the themes of national war and peace, and yes, even war and peace between the sexes, all receive [...]
Maracle's Ravensong is a story of who a number of Natives were treated by Whites in the late 1950s; it is not about some general facts and events, it is a lesson that some Natives [...]
Georgiana is a specific example of the women in the twenty-first century who are eager to please the men without even knowing it, the women who see themselves as empathetic, supportive and selfless creatures destined [...]
The portable concept in this case is the illustration of the different attitude given to women in the society, which leads to them being treated differently.
The phrase "The personal is Political" establishes the notion that most problems that women are said to have are not their fault.
The themes of the wild animals, magical transformations of men into beasts and relationships between women and animals are developed in "The She Wolf" by Giovanni Verga, "Tale of the Mouflon" by Grazia Deledda and [...]
On the other hand, the unknown narrator; the main character in the novel A Room of One's Own addresses and criticizes the issue of gender inequality in her society.
She gets upset by the sad news of the death of a loved one but when she comes out of the room she seem to have already accepted the situation and adapting to the new [...]
However, one realizes that she is voiceless in the novel, which highlights the insignificance of role of women in Heart of Darkness.
In "Play-by-Play", the omniscient narrator poses rhetorical questions as the narrator watches a group of men playing softball and analyses the secrete sexual thoughts and desires of the women nearby, as they secretly admire the [...]
Hence, food is the main amplifier and triggering point in family relations, specifically in relations between a man and a woman.
Hemingway does not hide the uselessness of Wilson in the eyes of Margot; she only uses him as a toy, and even after they have sex Hemingway still questions it.
She is an embodiment of a great breakthrough in the fact that she rediscovers her new energy and point of view.
In this play, Viola a woman masquerades as a man, Cesario to enter in a service that she really wanted to get involved.
In Blanche's opinion, beauty is the true value of a woman since it enables her to win recognition of men. The main tragedy of Blanche DuBois is that she was conditioned to act and behave [...]
The voice of the poem is male and protagonist is not the author, but a man who killed his lover to keep her forever.