Gender Issues in Pygmalion and the Importance of Being Earnest

Amos Wesonga

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Essay from the year 2017 in the subject American Studies - Literature, , language: English, abstract: Apparently, the general public was slanted to underestimate and command over ladies. Aside from directing their conduct and particular requirements of them, these ladies are likewise underrated. Notwithstanding when they have administration positions, they are as yet thought to be second rate compared to men. For example, it is clear from the two plays that fundamental rights like training and voting were not permitted to women. Also, both novels demonstrate that men needed to act more than moms; they looked down on women. Regardless of their enlivening and clatter for autonomy, the difficulties ladies need to persist are as yet incalculable

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