My Summer Project is on the novel Jane Eyre written by Charlotte Bronte. My project initially highlights the problems faced by a women in 19th Century. The issues come in the way of people when the two belongs to different class and status. It also highlights various themes, the writer has used in the novel and also how every theme is being shown with examples. The novel is about love and determination, which can be understood from the view of an orphaned girl, who apart from being a part of all the difficulties and problems of class and status, she always believed in love and was determined by it.
Then she met Susan B. Anthony and the two had started to work together to change the world of women’s rights. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was an important leader and left a legacy because she gave thoughtful/well-spoken speeches, made a very influential person out of herself, and have out of the box thoughts. To start off, Stanton gave speeches that spoke very well in the women’s point of view. For instance, Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s speech “Our Girls” she states that girls should get an education so they can help them develop as a person, learn more about the world, and complete their goals to happiness. This shows how she wanted for people to know how women and girls grow up not being afraid because they all have something that needs to be shared in this world and not be hidden away because of men’s power of women.
The fight for the rights of women has continued since then and still continues in modern feminist movements. Although it may seem like a constant battle to some, none of these activists would have been able to do this without Wollstonecraft and her writings in A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Wollstonecraft created a base for the women’s rights movement, she framed the way women and men alike view feminism and she also changed how society views feminism. Women’s rights are human rights and Wollstonecraft made it her life’s work to get this message across. Wollstonecraft created a base for the women’s rights movement and got women thinking for themselves about what needed to change.
3.3. Feminism There are many instances in the novel in which feminist ideology is visible. Traumatized by her childhood experiences, Celie seeks acceptance and fulfilment in relationships built with women. As has been mentioned in the first chapter, Alice Walker states that women may love other women “sexually and/or nonsexually” (1983). This passage becomes one of the main statements defining the term womanism discussed previously in the thesis.
Her use of flashbacks tells the different stories of each family, and eventually connects them all near the end. She uses metaphors to express the connection between both the girl and her mother. The similes Tan used are included to compare the differences between the mother and daughter she refers to. Tan has a theme of the importance of family in all her books, but The Joy Luck Club focuses on the most important relationship there is, the one shared between a girl and her mother, and it can overcome even the most different of
An ideal mother makes sacrifices and provisions for her child. Furthermore an ideal mother encourages her child to succeed. She puts her child on top of all other priorities. A mother’s first instinct should be to protect her child no matter what. An ideal mother makes her child feel wanted, loved and cared for.
Love her family as yours Treating her family as yours will surely be helpful to you in moving forward your relationship with a girl. Whenever you go to meet her family, don’t forget to buy gifts for her parents and siblings. Just make her parents feel as they had done such a wonderful job in growing their daughter very nicely. Family plays a important role in the relationship. 3.
But, on the other hand, she takes the point of view of a liberal humanist, because her protagonist Sumitra never accuses her husband for leaving her in the midst of` her life, neither does she impose the responsibilities of her children to her husband. Every human being is different, so is his point of view. Marriage is such a bond where two human beings should live side by side, hand in hand in every situation. If anyone doesn’t want to be with the other, none should compel the other one. Sumitra is definitely hurt by her husband’s behaviour, but, her self-respect makes her strong.
K. Narayan tries to promote the status of women very consciously. His ‘Women’s Lib’ movement, which actually begins in The Dark Room, comes to an apparent fulfillment in The Painter of Signs, encompassing a long journey from Savitri to Daisy via Shanti, Bharati and Rosie. The novelist laments the pitiable condition of women and this has perhaps led him to formulate the ‘Women’s Lib’ movement. Narayan does not advocate the westernized life style of women and he cannot accept the atrocities done on women in the moribund Malgudi patriarchal society. Thus, Narayan favours freedom for his new women and wants to see them educated, active and independent.
1.0.Introduction Women writers have created an insignia to express their position to the world through their works. Women have been recognized as official storytellers to generations on home front, though they have been dismissed for years in the literary world. Women writers, for aeons, have always been marginalized and sidelined in the literary canon. The gender dynamics were eclipsed as women writers presumed to write within the enclosed domestic space and women’s perceptions of their experience within it and therefore rank below the works of male writers who deal with weightier themes. The breaking of glass ceiling through literature has helped many women writers to establish them as mainstream writers.