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After analyzing the song “Honor to us All”, we can see that the women are judged on looks and not personality. An investigation of “I Hear America Singing” it is revealed that only men could get an education to go to work and provide for their families while the women are restricted to housework; unequal superiority based on gender. Finally, the analysis of the short story “Lamb to the Slaughter”, women are not suspected to do anything because they are too innocent. These are examples of everyday life for women. Women are always judged based on their looks and not their character and personality.
However like Harris mentions in his article “the traditional view of the women in Beowulf as weak, extraneous characters used only to pass mead and worry about their children is patently false.” This epic oversimplifies the women’s roles in a household especially when they were from a noble title, since many of them had to take care of all household matters, especially when the men were gone to war, or even were peacemakers (Yewdaev). This is mostly due to the lack of presentation women have in this epic. On another hand, by lacking the mention of women they are showing that women aren’t seen as any where equal to men. It is arguable to say that at the same time the women are still being represented as having a big part in society, since it they found it necessary to give small parts to two
However, the lower class women were treated like working tools with almost no respect and gratitude. Life of a high or middle class in the Victorian Era, women can be described as a possession or a treasure of the family. Mainly women was treated for love interest and they were transparency. Respected women could not be cast-off for delightful sex and physical exertion. Foremost, livelihood for women during that time was to get wedded and take care of household tasks in the
Web. 8 Nov. 2015. Christine Knauer published the article from an encyclopedia titled Equal Rights Amendment. Knauer received her Ph.D. in History at the University of Tuebingen in 2009. Also, she attended the International Women’s University in Hannover, Germany.
U.S. Government Surveillance and the Women 's Liberation Movement, 1968-1973: A Case Study. Retrieved April 15, 2017, from http://eds.a.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.dacc-ad.nmsu.edu:2048/eds/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=3ae8c666-8837-4c8e-99a9-dcb3e121abc0%40sessionmgr4009&vid=4&hid=4205 Soghoian, C. (2016, June). Retrieved April 19, 2017, from