Kate Chopin: The Right To Women

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The Right To Women The life to a woman is not comparable to a man. Unfortunately, today some members of society still perceive women as individuals operating under these same limited expectations. Therefore, women continue to be affected by stereotypes concerning prejudice. In Kate Chopin’s short story of “The Story of An Hour”, the Eavan Boland poem “It’s A Woman’s World”, the non-fiction piece “The Good Housewife”, and Zora Neale Hurston’s novel of Their Eyes Were Watching God, the authors argue that male dominance over women can make them convinced they are set to a lower standard. Women are blinded to the inequality they receive from society until they are set free. In “The story of an hour”, the main character, Mrs. Mallard, receives

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