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Virginia Woolf's "The New Dress" -- Women's Struggles Against Inequality
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3 pages in length. Virginia Woolf's The New Dress addresses women's struggles against inequality by way of illustrating how a patriarchal society has determined what is physically acceptable and what is not. Mabel is plagued with the knowledge of her own "appalling inadequacy" (The New Dress) when faced to confront her physical shortcomings as she prepares for the party. She imagines everyone casting their judgmental and disapproving eyes upon her, making insincere clucks about how lovely she looks when in reality she knows they are lying. She does not live up to the social expectations placed upon the populace by patriarchal decree; even with a new dress, she must endure the heart wrenching stares and whispered comments that drive home this painful reality. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Virginia Woolf's "Three Guineas": Agreeing With Thesis
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4 pages in length. Taking on two monumental social concerns – war and gender inequity – Virginia Woolf's "Three Guineas" reaches beyond any superficiality commonly associated with those who choose merely to graze the topic with paltriness. Rather, Woolf's approach, while seemingly simple in its conjecture, is as forthright as one can possibly be when faced with answering such enormous questions. Her testimony fits into social theories and interpretations of gender by way of attacking each topic head-on without hesitation, speaking the truth and illustrating just how simply the answers truly are to some of the world's most prominent problems. No additional sources cited.
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Virginian Women in the Post Civil War Years
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A 6 page discussion of the importance of the role of women in the years following the Civil War. Noting that the while voices of the wealthier married women were more likely to be heard than those of the lower classes, this paper emphasizes that women played a critical role in this time period. This time period was marked, in fact, not only in terms of the societal accomplishments credited to women, but also in terms of women establishing equal societal footing with men. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Visions of "True" Womanhood
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A 3 page essay that discusses the nineteenth century perception of "true" womanhood as reflected in Wilson's Our Nig, Alcott's Little Women (the 1994 film), and the film What's Cooking. No additional sources cited.
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