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A Feminist Approach on Jane Eyre

As a young boy, I couldnt wait to explore the aisles at Toys R Us. I would wait patiently at home for my parents, daydreaming about the latest releases. In the aisle designated for boys, all the toys were action-oriented: Superman flaunted his strength, Hulk flexed his abnormally enormous biceps, and Nerf guns were filled […]

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The Yellow Wallpaper a Feminist Reading

Looking back at womens role in society, women in the late 1800s and early 1900s were usually portrayed as inferior and submissive to their husbands. These women were looked at to be objects rather than human beings. A woman was expected to cater to all their husband’s needs, such as cleaning and staying home all […]

Jane Eyre: A Feminist Look

Women have been deemed inferior to the male sex since the start of civilization and to this day, women around the world are still held captive by the prison that society forces them into. Although society in first world countries has evolved since the time that Jane Eyre was written, it was a very different […]

Influence of society views on gender identity

Gender identity is the personal conception of being a man or a woman and the society creates standards and comes up with gender roles basing them on existing norms and traditions which will in turn influence gender identity. For instance, most societies associate strength and dominance to be masculine roles while caring and assisting or […]

The Ways in Which Toni Morrison Portrays Negative Representations of her Female Characters

To Explore the Ways in Which Toni Morrison Portrays Negative Representations of her Female Characters and How She Goes Further to Challenge These Representations in Relation to Black Feminist Thought Introduction Toni Morrison is considered to be one of the most popular and most important authors of the 20th Century, especially considering that much of […]

The Theories of Crime

Theories of Crime   2.Feminist Criminology/Law:The criminal defence of “Battered Woman Syndrome” is founded on gendered stereotypes of helpless women. Discuss. Domestic violence and the result of continuous domestic violence against women is a multifaceted issue. Despite the obvious physical injuries that victims sustain, victims of domestic violence also suffer psychological issues that can vary […]

Feminist Themes in The Things They Carried

The author of “The Things They Carried” is Tim O’Brien. His full name is William Timothy O’Brien who was born in October 1946, in Minnesota, U.S. Tim was a lieutenant in the Vietnam War. In huge numbers of his books, he discussed the Vietnam War. Tim is likewise best known for the story he composed […]

Feminist Criticism In The Great Gatsby

The focus on how women are depicted in literature is crucial and it is seen in the works of Fitzgerald in his book “The Great Gatsby”, for it was one of the many ideas that were discussed in his book. Furthermore, the idea of the feminist perspective is that it deals with the traditional impression […]