Woman Essay Topics

Turkish Woman

Being able to assist a person when in need is one of the most satisfying psychological experiences a person goes through. Human beings have a social aspect in nature which makes them want to correlate with others especially those with whom one can easily relate with because of some similar characters such as culture, class,… View Article

The Virgin by Kerima Polotan-Tuvera Review

The story that was written by Kerima Polotan-Tuvera, “The Virgin” is a story about a woman named Miss Mijares that was about 34 years old. She was slimy and almost bony. She also knows how to dress herself to hide the small chest she has by putting puff and ruffles on her chest part. She… View Article

A Lady with the Little Dog

1.“The lady with the little dog “- Analyzing literature questions 1. Gurov’s character represents as a man who dislikes the company of man of his age. He finds their company uninterested and boring. In addition, he finds his wife to be unintelligent, narrow, and inelegant and he did not like to stay home at all… View Article

Ladies Detective Agency

1.Conventional mystery novels usually contain one long and riveting mystery throughout the course of the whole story. This may or may not be successful in many cases based on the author’s interest in that one mystery. With this book containing many different mysteries and crimes to solve it allows readers to become more engaged in… View Article

Parody Through Counter Examples

Counter examples are used throughout this play, and is a key role in the parody of the play. On both male and female sides of the dynamics in the play the first one is right from the start. “the streets are absolutely clogged with frantic females banging on tambourines. No urging for an orgy!” (727)… View Article

Feminist Analysis Death of a Salesman

What’s great about this play is gives us insight into the past and focuses on an average family and provides lots of material to do a feminist analysis of. The most prominent woman figure in this play is Linda, but the male characters in this play also give us insight into women’s roles and help… View Article

Housewife vs. Working Women

I watched a debate on the television on this topic. There were two groups who discussed this. Surprisingly, each group had a husband/wife whose spouse was in the other group. This opportunity was too good to be missed, I guess! The debate was lively, did not reduce to a wrangling match because of the mediator…. View Article

Housework Division

1. Regardless of whether the family is a dual-income family or not marriage is about compromise. With compromise comes accommodation. One couple might have a partner who works longer hours or has a more strenuous job. To accommodate the partner, the other spouse might have to do more of the house work. One partner might… View Article

White Women Discrimination

While white woman have been on this world born just as man was, people still disrespect them in many ways. Racism and discrimination still exists to this day “In my opinion, had I been African-American, they would not have fired me,”(Shira Hedgepeth, former director of academic technology at Winston-Salem State University), According to Shira Hedgepeth… View Article

Miguel Street

Discuss the representation of man and manhood in the 2 short stories of Miguel Street. On Miguel Street, the representation of man and manhood can be seen negatively in these two short stories” “Bogart” and “A thing without a name”. Where as a man’s manhood is considered strong if certain characteristics such as aggression, evading… View Article

Poisonwood Bible Character Analysis

In the book The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver, the narration is done by five of the main characters: Orleanna, Rachel, Leah, Adah, and Ruth May Price. When analyzing the narrative led by Leah Price, a 14-year old tomboy, the reader may notice her progression from a young girl who idolizes her father and loves… View Article

The essay talks of a woman

The first essay talks of a woman who loved and treasured her husband even in death. It talks of a widow who was married in Ephesus. The essay highlights her as being very beautiful. It was a culture to mourn your husband by beating the naked breast in front of the crowd and pulling off… View Article

Financial Independence and the Single Woman

Most, if not all of Jane Austen’s renowned novels feature the trials and tribulations of single women—from Pride and Prejudice, to Sense and Sensibility, to Emma. The focus is specifically on the concept of marriage as the only viable choice for a single woman, if she wished to live substantially in her later years. However,… View Article

The Enron Wars – Vanity Fair

Questions: 1. Why do you think the whistleblowers we’ve encountered have all been women? The first reason I guess is women are more considering about emotions not about objective facts. Maybe a man won’t do anything he thinks it is wrong. He will refuse wrong things immediately. But women judge things by their own standards…. View Article

The Most Awesome Day in My Life

While sitting on the loosing bench in San Ignacio Town feeling like a dog that was dis-owned by owner after we lost our volleyball game to the most outstanding team of the day, my life just gat brightened in a split second like a lightning striking some energy into to me when I saw the… View Article

The Red Tent Analyitical Paper

Dinah envisions her life to be an accumulation of the lives of her mothers. They all were enormous influences to Dinah’s character and ultimately her adult life. Being the only daughter, Dinah was spoiled with attention from her mothers. Being raised by four mothers molded Dinah’s perception of the type of woman she wanted to… View Article

Through the Eyes of the Blind in Cathedral by Raymond Carver

Through the Eyes of the Blind in Cathedral by Raymond Carver You can never seem to know what’s going on in another ones life, unless you put your feet in there shoes, so to judge, is simply ignorance. Raymond Carver’s “Cathedral” is a story about how the narrator is uncomfortable with having his wife’s blind… View Article

Afro-Asian Literature

1) An Incident Lu Hsun Six years have slipped by since I came from the country to the capital. During that time I have seen and heard quite enough of so-called affairs of state; but none of them made much impression on me. If asked to define their influence, I can only say they aggravated… View Article

Case Study on Operational Management

Confession: during my dating youth, no matter how much I liked a girl, no matter how much I wanted her and just her exclusively, I’d never tell her that purely for fear of looking weak and pathetic. If we were ever to move beyond the vague, undeclared status that characterizes every relationship in its early… View Article

Degrading Women

Today in America there is a vast amount of lyrics that are extremely degrading women. These lyrics are found in many of Hip-Hop, Rap, and Pop music that portray women as objects, and not as an actual human being. Other popular music these days relate to women as tricks or other horrible names that no… View Article

Dorothy Parker

Dorothy Parker was an extraordinary woman. Extraordinary in her writings and extraordinary in what she achieved with her writings. Her books of poems and her short stories were bestsellers and her columns in The New Yorker were extremely popular. She was one of the only women and a central figure of the Algonquin Hotel Round… View Article

The Inhabited Woman

La Mujer Habitada (The Inhabited Woman), a semi-autobiographical novel of Gioconda Belli. The novel, which was published in 1998 foster much attention. The novel dealt with the Sandinistas struggle for liberation as well as her native Nicaraguan feminist effort to be recognized and achieved equal rights in a patriarchal society (Salgado 235). “The Inhabited Woman… View Article

Edward P. Jones’ “The First Day”

Edward P. Jones’ “The First Day” is the recollection of a young girl’s first day of school. Her memory of this particular day is incredible; she remembers each and every event in meticulous detail. Having come from a poverty stricken and uneducated household, this was the most important day of her short five year old… View Article

House on Mango Street Questions

1. The apparent randomness shows the diversity of Mango Street. The random topics emulate the random cast of characters that live on the street and the different lives they lead. 2. The fact that Esperanza has problems with eating in public shows that she is very insecure and self-conscious of her body. She doesn’t want… View Article

In my day by Russell Baker

Russell Baker, talks about his old and ailing mother in “In My Day”. With her growing age grew her senility, and she behaved like a young child on some days, while she invited her son to her funeral some other days. The author’s main purpose is to unravel the human emotions and highlighting some of… View Article

“The Color Purple” by Alice Walker: Critical Analysis

In Alice Walker’s The Color Purple, Celie leads a life filled with abuse at the hands of the most important men in her life. As result of the women who surround and help her, Celie becomes stronger and overcomes the abuse she experienced. The three most influential women in Celie’s life are here sister Nettie,… View Article

Trifles by Susan Glaspell

Trfles’ By Susan Glaspell I believe had several small defining moments leading to the one larger defining moment, which brings together all of them together. The defining moment is the discovery of the dead bird hidden in the pretty red box, this leads back to smaller points such as her sewing and the bird cage…. View Article

Wife and Bath vs Modern Day Women

Times have changed, and so have the way woman behave and live their lifestyle. Although some characteristics and good deeds have been brought down from ancient times, many traits are still similar from modern woman and the old fashion woman. Many people believe that because of the time gap there must be a huge generation… View Article

Women and Reservation in Panchayat

Abstract : Democracy is not only a kind of governance. Total political participation of women with men is essential for success of democracy. Number of women in formal structure of politics is very less after six decades after independence. There are 33% reservation for active participation of politics of women in Gujarat state. In this… View Article

A Room of One’s Own: the Context of Women’s Existence in Society

Even though the texts were composed in different times and different literary forms, both composers sought to criticise the way that their context operated. In Virginia Woolf’s ‘A Room of One’s Own’ (1928) and Edward Albee’s ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf’(1962), both composer’s purpose is to bring both men and women into a clearer understanding… View Article