Gender Roles During World War One

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The article addresses the changes of gender roles during World War One. Women support the war in different occupations at that time, such as drivers and factory workers; more job opportunities are open for women since the abled men were at war. That indicates a huge change in the patriarchal society. This can be related to some characters in the novel. Sally Seton is a rebellious and free-spirit woman, that is shown, “how they were to reform the world” (Woolf 33); she always tries to seek changes, specifically the changes of gender roles in the society. Doris Kilman is another female figure in the novel that expresses the rights of woman to be able to choose their occupation freely, “all professions are open to women of your generation” (Woolf

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