Prejudice In The Chrysalids And Romeo And Juliet

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Prejudice is a powerful force that affects the lives of many characters in The Chrysalids by John Whyndam and Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. In these texts women are not treated equally, children are taught to discriminate and, the prejudice towards eachother leads to violence. Firstly, the women of these texts are affected and have to deal with an abundance of prejudice and sexism towards them. Secondly, the adolescent are affected by prejudice since they grow up in worlds where they are taught to hate and not treat others equally. Thirdly, the prejudices towards one another leads to violence which affects themselves and those around them. Therefore because of the poor treatment of women, the young being taught hatred and the violence
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