Woolf, Virginia Shakespeare's Sister : Analysis

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Woolf, Virginia “Shakespeare’s Sister. “ A World of Ideas, edited by Lee A. Jacobus, Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2013, pp. 689-705. As mentioned in the passage, the author uses a fictional character to describe a typical woman living in the Renaissance age. The fictional character is the sister of a popular English poet and playwright, William Shakespeare. The author described the character as a woman that has no right in society. Women are often neglected in the community throughout time. It continues to be a problem in today’s society in different parts of the world. Women are not allowed to communicate the same way as men in different cultures. For example, women are restricted from a proper education. Women are not able to play the same role as men in society due to education. There is a lack of interaction among women as they are being diminish from society. My research will include different types of discrimination and the way it affects the interactions in the community.

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