Woman Essay Topics

Divine perfection of a woman

The play Richard III shows power, greed and ambition and how doing these things can effect other people and change how you act and think. In the world today someone who is like Richard in the way that he is greedy and power hungry is Saddam Hussein. The whole play shows how Richard is ambitious,… View Article

Woman’s status: Eighteenth Century to Modern Day

Since Jane Austen wrote Pride and Prejudice, the way women are treated and the way they act has altered considerably. Women have become more independent and more sociable. The prospect of employment is one of the factors that have changed. In the eighteenth century, a man was looked down upon if he worked and a… View Article

Grown up woman

Sheila is disappointed with her lover (Gerald) she angry with her parents, because they seem more anxious to impress the inspector with their social position then to look deep into their own hearts “and can’t you see both of you, you’re making it worse”. She’s irritated at the blindness of those who can not see… View Article

The Madding Crowd

Thomas Hardy suggests that in the mid-ninteenth century women were limited in their choice of jobs. Factory work was available in some areas but this meant working long, tiresome hours. They could also work for the rich, but for very little money. The term used for a woman who makes dresses is a seamstress. They… View Article

A Woman Of No Importance

‘A Woman of No Importance’ was written in 1892 by Oscar Wilde. In the play Wilde shows the hypocrisy that permeated through the 19th century and he expresses his views on a parochial society. The exposition of the play is pivotal in Wilde’s craft as he establishes characters and lays the foundations of the play…. View Article

The Woman in Black Review

Upon the arrival in London my anticipation was high. My first impression of the Fortune Theatre was; it was a very old Victorian building, very small and slightly ragged. Upon entering it felt very cramped and made you feel claustrophobic. The atmosphere was eerie due to the old style of the building. This was particularly… View Article

The Virgin by Kerima Polotan

The title of Kerima Polotan’s “The Virgin” gives us the subject-virginity, female virginity, a cherished value of Filipino Male culture. By presenting its protagonist as “victim” rather than heroine of this value system, the text subverts it. Reflecting on her virginal state, Miss Mijares does so “with a mixture of shame and bitterness and guilt”… View Article

Clarice Lispector’s Women Characters

I sat before my glass one day, And conjured up a vision bare, Unlike the aspects glad and gay, That erst were found reflected there- The vision of a woman, wild With more than womanly despair.[1] The Italian feminist writer Elsa Morante stated that: “One woman’s agony in her room is something so insignificant that… View Article

Development of Jane Eyre

At the opening of her incredible journey, Jane Eyre is a timid, shy, and headstrong girl. Through the course of her journey, her character does not exactly “change”, but rather expands and develops. Her first growth starts at the Lowood School, where she finally finds herself in a society with which she can relate and… View Article

Woman in Gothic Art

When I look at the painting of an anonymous gothic woman created by a yet anonymous artist, the most prominent emotion that I feel is wonder. I think about the peculiar way that the woman is dressed and the facial features that her painter had given her. I know of current gothic art and gothic… View Article

Interpreter оf Mаlаdies

In “Interpreter оf Mаlаdies,” Jhumpа Lаhiri uses Minа Dаs’s red clothing аs а wаy tо represent аn unfаithful wоmаn, whо is disсоnneсted frоm her rооts, аnd hаs fаllen оut оf lоve with life. Her guilt frоm keeping а seсret thаt оne оf her сhildren is nоt frоm her husbаnd, but frоm аn аffаir, hаs саused… View Article

Becoming A Woman And Accepting It

Becoming A Woman 1 At first reading, Elizabeth Bishop’s “In The Waiting Room” is a world full of wonderful imagery. I did not care what it meant, I just enjoyed the way she described what she saw in the National Geographic while waiting in a dentist’s room. I can perfectly see in my mind when… View Article

European Women’s History

The role of women in society has greatly evolved. Prior to the emergence of today’s modern world, women were restricted and confined by the norms and dictates of society. Gender inequality greatly prevailed especially during the early societies. There was little room for progress for women. More often than not, women were prohibited from pursuing… View Article

Like a Virgin

Note: Some names have been changed to protect the anonymity of the persons involved. Fake nose, fake lips, fake bust… Can anything stay natural these days? Surgeons have apparently achieved to change every part of the body and they ain’t going to stop. Indeed, another form of surgery has become widespread around the world: hymenoplasty…. View Article