Gender Bias and Stereotyping in Classic Literature

Gender Bias and Stereotyping in Classic Literature

July 5, 2013 by Kerri Gaither  
Published in Women

The theme of gender bias represented in classic literature.

Bitesize Biographies.  Aphra Behn.  Playwright, Novelist and Much More Besides!

Bitesize Biographies. Aphra Behn. Playwright, Novelist and Much More Besides!

May 2, 2012 by Jackie118  
Published in Beauty

You may never have heard of Aphra Behn but she was an extremely popular and highly regarded English playwright and novelist in the mid 17th century. In fact, she is regarded to be the first “professional” woman writer of English literature. But Aphra was more than just a writer – she had an incredibly interesting and fascinating life.

An Essay on “Bastard Out of Carolina”-a Short Story

An Essay on “Bastard Out of Carolina”-a Short Story

February 25, 2012 by f3ar3dlegend  
Published in Motherhood

This essay is about the short story "Bastard out of Carolina." All credit and rights of THIS ESSAY go to Rushy Panchal.

Pearse, Lesley; "Belle"

Pearse, Lesley; "Belle"

October 22, 2011 by Linda Jayne Murley  
Published in Women

A shocking and heart-wrenching tale of sex trafficking in the early twentieth century, focused upon the story of one innocent girl abducted and defiled.

Those Polished Nails

Those Polished Nails

June 5, 2011 by Rajasir  
Published in Hair

Every morning it had been an agonizing routine for Raman to look at that scene and shed a few tears over a cup of tea which he finished in about an hour, remembering the events which followed after the fall of that nail polish bottle.

Breaking The Wife Mold: The Second Wave Feminist Movement

Breaking The Wife Mold: The Second Wave Feminist Movement

May 6, 2011 by Jennifer Johnson  
Published in Women

An essay reflecting upon the historical impact of Judy Brady’s, "I Want a Wife."

Sir, I Won’t Send Milk From Tomorrow

Sir, I Won’t Send Milk From Tomorrow

March 3, 2011 by Rajasir  
Published in Marriage

If what you say is correct, I will leave the office job tomorrow. I would love to look after her boutique…

Marriage in Jane Austin’s World-(part 2)

Marriage in Jane Austin’s World-(part 2)

October 22, 2010 by Beardmaster  
Published in Marriage

The rigid class system of Jane Austen’s world obligated women to marry if they wished to improve their status in life. Yet the experiences of women such as Harriet Smith in Emma, Mrs. Bennet in Pride and Prejudice, and Mrs. Smith in Persuasion, showed that the marriage and the prospect of marriage had its down sides as well. Who or what is really to blame in Mrs. Bennet’s and Mrs. Smith’s marriage?

Marriage in Jane Austin’s World-(part 1)

Marriage in Jane Austin’s World-(part 1)

October 22, 2010 by Beardmaster  
Published in Marriage

The rigid class system of Jane Austen’s world obligated women to marry if they wished to improve their status in life. Yet the experiences of women such as Harriet Smith in Emma, Mrs. Bennet in Pride and Prejudice, and Mrs. Smith in Persuasion, showed that the marriage and the prospect of marriage had its down sides as well. Who or what is really to blame in Mrs. Bennet’s and Mrs. Smith’s marriage?

Why Women Rule The World

Why Women Rule The World

October 8, 2009 by colinsewell  
Published in Women

Women just let men think they rule the world, but actually thy do!

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