1931 Do You Dare Character Analysis

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In the book ‘1931: Do You Dare, ‘ Simon Mitchell explored the roles of women in Fitzroy, 1931. Women were deprived of their rights and stereotyped by many, the character of Joan broke through these barriers, by joining the Daredevils and dared to explore the world around her. Joan is an inspiring character who breaks through and exceeds everyone’s expectations. The Daredevils underestimated Joan and don’t let her join their group. Joan’s cousin, Frank, especially doesn’t like the idea of her doing the same things. This shows that people were quick to judge and stereotyped all women, young or old. When Razor met her, he quickly judged her, “Oi sweetheart, why don’t you forget about playing around chimneys and run home to make me some biscuits.”

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