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Mary Wollstonecraft and Her Influence on Feminism
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A 5 page paper which discusses the life and works of Mary Wollstonecraft, illustrating her profound influence on the women's rights movement. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: RAwollstn.wps

Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Women
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A 10 page paper which examines and analyzes Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Women. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Masculinity And Femininity
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5 pages in length. Society has long upheld to belief that things must be categorized, separated and defined in order for them to fit snugly into the standard of preconceived notions. The aspects of masculinity and femininity are no different in this regard, inasmuch as they are inherently diverse by nature yet are also further divided by social dictates. One of the ways in which this occurs is through the "nature versus nurture" indicators that are preset in every individual, such as that of language and body type. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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McElvaine/Eve's Seed
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A 5 page book review that examines a text that offers an alternative view of history. In the prologue to his text Eve's Seed: Biology, the Sexes and the Course of History (2001), historian Robert S. McElvaine states that "If the complex argument of the book had to be reduced to one sentence," it would be that "Hell hath no fury like a man devalued" (McElvaine 1). By this McElvaine means that the story of Adam and Eve was actually about the "fall of Man" but rather a metaphorical account of the rise of women, as he credits women with the invention of agriculture. Through this invention in the early pre-history of the race, women surpassed men and destroyed the significance of the male role as a hunter to the survival of the tribe. Furthermore, going to the heart of the biological difference between the sexes, McElvaine argues the male assertions of superiority can be traced to the "male inability to bear and nourish children" (McElvaine 3). Based on these propositions, McElvaine proceeds to offer a revisionist history that takes a decidedly different perspective from the traditional male-oriented view. No additional sources cited.
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