She questions why the unskilled and skilled men say and write so many evil and reproachful things about women. Christine proves through her words and actions that women are capable to do any work as men. Christine shows that women are not portrayed as evil in the society. As a result, Christine says "Lady, I see well that many good things have come through women, and if any evil resulted from evil women, it still seems to me that the good things brought about by good women, and also by the wise women and those learned in literature and the sciences"(De Pizan 147). However, Delaney thinks that Christine is very detailed in her writing in order to prove her position.
The speech given by Clare Boothe Luce to the Women’s National Press Club was controversial and even condemning of her audience. However, Luce pulls it off by gently preparing the audience for the criticism: she employs the fact that they invited her there to speak, a strong consideration for their feelings, praises of their profession, and a clear plea for open mindedness. She does things to create a peaceful and relaxed tone despite her words. She opens the speech with a paradox about being happy and enlightened; first saying she is “flattered” and honored, then she flips her original statement saying she is “less happy than you may think” (lines 3-4). Luce uses these positive terms to open her speech in order to set a specific mood, a mood that makes her intentions clear that she is not out to verbally assault the audience, but she is in fact going to critique and criticize them.
She makes her argument by emotionally transmitting her views to her audience, who are mostly women. She delivers a strong message by explaining from her memories. 2. I think that the audience, mainly men, disagreed with Truth’s message and women supported it. I think that because many men believed that women’s rights are limited and lead to controversies.
Women are unique, and very special, they deserve a positive outlook from others. The audience hears this multiple times and are convinced each time. As an individual listening to Truth's speech, you would most likely become eager to fight for what it is you want. Truth uses her words wisely and makes a powerful statement, that the audience will be affected by in some way. Truth is a powerful women with experience and intelligence to share with the
Overall, it is a well written essay, she uses a lot of strong words and emotion to show how it affected her. She shared her own experience which made her very credible and likeable because she wasn't making any of this up. Even though she could have used a lot of facts on how many women are affected, what age group reports the most, where you most likely to be assaulted and more. There are many sources out there for her to use. The essay was easy to follow nothing was confusing, but there were some repeated words and other experiences.
Pipher 's encouragement came from reading Anne Frank 's Diary; after reading her diary, it changed her perspective on how she sees the world. She desired to let others know how Anne Frank 's Diary had inspired her and she plans to continue to encourage more. Mary had visualized that writing can change one 's morality, and the moral of writing can draw the attention to the wrongs of society. Her main goal is to change the world by her writing style, this way she can show others that life is not everything that it is made to be. Linda uses philological techniques to keep her audience engaged in her fragments and she is able to get her point across to others.
In “O Pioneers!” by Willa Cather it is easy to see how similar Cather is to her own character Alexandra Bergson, who many of Cather’s own views can be learned through. Throughout the story there are many examples of realistic, romantic, and naturalistic thinking. Realistic thinking may not be represented the most by in “O Pioneers!”, but I believe Cather leaned toward it a little more than the other types of thinking. She had a realistic view of a woman’s place in society and refused to just be a housewife. By doing so she lead the way for many female writers and encouraged them to write and make a name for themselves.
From day one in her new attire, she relates her respect for the women who get through a day in heels. By showing she understands how someone in the audience feels she is relating to her audience on an emotional level, while also showing her respect for them. Even though the author gets approval for the new look she feels compelled to admit that it was for an article, that she did not own the clothes and that yes, the shoes hurt. This emphasizes her need to be honest with herself and others who know her. The central theme of questions she receives are, “Do you feel any different?” Her honest response was that she was still feeling all the insecurities she was feeling prior to this assignment, when it came time to be herself she had regressed even further in the road to self-improvement.
If she wasn’t there would be a lot of decisions made that maybe she did not want made or even something gets changed without her knowing. Next promoting good relationships helps her connect with the community and also gives us the feel as she’s here for us and not just for fame. Lastly managing and modelling good conduct she is central to the dispute resolution process. She has to perform a good attitude to keep the people happy and show the media what a great person she is. In 2012 she was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
Women’s rights and the way they live has changed greatly over the course of time. Back in the day, women did not have equal rights to men and they had to face many challenges in order to receive the jobs they wanted. Nowadays, women can get the same jobs as men and their power is much more appreciated. The 1930’s affected women in a positive way over time as they tried to work their way up in government positions, obtain more profitable jobs, and help provide for their families; but they still had a long ways to go getting equal rights to men. Women realized that they did not need men to be successful, therefore, they decided to become more self-reliant.Some women in the 1930s decided to stay single in hopes to become self- reliant (Working