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Examples Of Misogyny In Washington Irving

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American author, Washington Irving, shows evidence of misogyny in two out of three stories we read. Irving discriminated in the story Rip Van Winkle and The Devil and Tom Walker and one could really see that he was a misogynist.One example In Rip Van Winkle is when Irving described Rip’s wife as a “fiery furnace of domestic tribulation.” One example of disfavor towards women in the story “Devil and Tom Walker” was when the Devil killed Tom’s wife and Tom showed gratitude towards the Devil. It is clear that Washington Irving shows discrimination towards women in his story.
Irving discriminated in the story Rip Van Winkle and The Devil and Tom Walker and one could really see that he was a misogynist. Irving was a misogynist because he did not
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