The Importance Of A Women And The Hierarchy Of A Male

1639 WordsMay 25, 20167 Pages
Literature is created to evoke the reader to form a whirlpool of ideas and emotions. One famous author that has been able to gain a vast audience is Kate Chopin. She has publish many short stories such as “Story of an Hour”,” A Pair of Silt Stockings”, “A Respectable Women”, “Desiree 's Baby” and “The Storm” . These stories causes people to question whether their assumptions of a novel is correct. Two major theme that Chopin promotes throughout most of her work, is the importance of a women and the hierarchy of a male. These stories all have different story lines but share a common ground which is the admiration of a women 's role in life and their constant struggles they face comparing to men. Women from all over the world are seen differently. Some are forced to marry and depend on their husband while others acknowledge their self-worth. Woman are also taught to behave in a mannerly way. The norms of a woman have already been set, it often results women to be afraid to overcome certain life obstacles without being judge by society. Whether they suffer from self-worthiness, loneliness, impulse or lack of empowerment, women constantly struggle to be themselves and show that they too deserve happiness. Chopin often maximizes the position of a male figure in her stories. Though little information is given, the basis of a male figure often shows up in every story which influences the female protagonist to live and act a specific way. When being with someone for
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